Barton Rubenstein is a nationally renowned sculptor and public artist. He has completed over 50 public art projects around the United States, and internationally. These include city and state projects, parks, corporate, commercial and academic institutions, as well as private residences. He typically works with stainless steel and bronze. Fascinated with various elements of nature, Rubenstein focuses on water, kinetics, light, and suspension.
"The goal of my artwork is first to create a level of intrigue, and then to allow for the gradual dis...
Big Stainless Steel Water Features or statues or Fountains or sculptures for sale or commission, by the Imaginative and Cultured American Sculptor Barton Rubenstein. He describes it thus... "The sculpture is comprised of five elements, which are bulbous shapes that stand in a bed of smooth black stones. Water emerges at the top of each component, with a generous volume of water sliding down its surfaces, creating turbulent water patterns along the brushed stainless steel finish. Lighting is projected upwards from the stones, creating partially lit surfaces, and thus an intimate and quiet ambiance at night.
6 ft x 10 ft x 5 ft (height x width x depth)
approx: 182.9 x 304.8 x 152.4 cm
Crossroads (stainless Steel Modern Water Features)
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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