Artist: David Boyer @ http
"Desert Wind" is a hanging kinetic wind sculpture. Many of the parts that make up this art piece are historical in nature. The weathered sheet metal used to construct the paddles and main body came from a very old billboard that once stood in the Nevada Desert. The rusty springs are from an old Nevada ghost town. The rusty wire is from Nevada's Black Rock Desert. The large diameter axle wire that runs through the center of this piece is from an old telegraph line. Copper tubing with a blue/green patina is used to support the paddles.
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