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Water Music | Public Sculptures by Choi  Sculpture
Water Music | Public Sculptures by Choi  Sculpture
Water Music | Public Sculptures by Choi  Sculpture

Water Music - Public Sculptures

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Water Music
H89 x W96 x D28 inches

As the various small waterfalls are creating different sounds as it flows, what I tried to capture in this piece is the rhythm they create together as an orchestra, long and short and wide and narrow, each of their own sound like an instrument, yet together makes music in unison.

The enlargement of the piece "Water Music" was made from Digital Atelier at Johnson Atelier, Mercerville, NJ. The casting and finishing were done from Independent Casting, Philadelphia, PA.

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Item Water Music
Created by Choi Sculpture
As seen in Park Towne Place, Philadelphia, PA
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Wescover creator since 2020
Abstract welded bronze/aluminum sculptures.

Won Choi is an artist working in abstract sculpture. Her work has been exhibited nationwide and internationally at such institution as James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, PA; The Mitchell Museum in Mt. Vernon, IL; the Trenton City Museum in Trenton, NJ; the Janos Pannonios University Museum in Pecs, Hungary; Pindar Gallery in New York, NY; Carspeckon-Scott Gallery in Wilmington, DE; Stanek Gallery in Philadelphia, PA; the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, AZ; the Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, PA; the Grounds for Healing at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in partnership with Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ, South Dakota University, Vermillion, SD. Her works are in public collections - Widner University in Wilmington, DE and Park Towne Place in museum district in Philadelphia, Pa, and in private collections in New York, NY, West Orange, NJ, Brooklyn, NY, Kennett Square, PA, Syracuse, NY. She was selected for a residency at the Atelier Fourwinds in Aureille, France. She works and resides in Philadelphia, PA