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Carol Bennett
Trigger Picasso Energy | Public Sculptures by Carol Bennett | Hawaii State Art Museum in Honolulu
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Trigger Picasso Energy | Public Sculptures by Carol Bennett | Hawaii State Art Museum in Honolulu
Trigger Picasso Energy | Public Sculptures by Carol Bennett | Hawaii State Art Museum in Honolulu
Trigger Picasso Energy | Public Sculptures by Carol Bennett | Hawaii State Art Museum in Honolulu
Trigger Picasso Energy | Public Sculptures by Carol Bennett | Hawaii State Art Museum in Honolulu
Trigger Picasso Energy | Public Sculptures by Carol Bennett | Hawaii State Art Museum in Honolulu

Trigger Picasso Energy - Public Sculptures

Featured In Hawaii State Art Museum, Honolulu, HI

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48' long x 8' wide x 10' to 14' tall sculpture with enamel fused glass, gold leaf, photovoltaic solar cells and stainless steel.

Canopy shelters from the sun and plays with natural light: transparent, colored and opaque glass project patterns upon the Sculpture Garden walls, stairs and patrons and changes throughout the day. Solar cells collect energy that is fed into Museum Mainframe and assist in powering flood light that illuminate the canopy by night.

Item Trigger Picasso Energy
Created by Carol Bennett
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Carol Bennett
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
"I like being in the water - that is a source of inspiration and I'm obsessed by big bold graphic shapes that are icons for everyday life"

One thing leads to another,
I started in a loft in downtown LA painting billboards and backdrops in the studios. This lead to hotel commissions painted on a large scale, which led to huge public art commissions. Meanwhile I swim everyday which led to my women in water series, which are shown at galleries from Martha's Vineyard, to New York to Hawaii and placed in various museums.