This drawing is the proposal for a site-specific, public art stormwater remediation. The flowforms and settling ponds serve to cleanse urban street-runoff.
The seasnail flowforms and dragonfish settling ponds refer to the historic stature Galatea on this site, as well as the sea-creatures of of this harbor town. This drawing is an example of my approach. I would design with specific response to a given site for a commission.
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Peter de Sausmarez.
Hi Peter, I am so delighted with Equilibrium, I have a collection of over 20 original paintings; but this is my first sculpture, and it pleases me more than most of my art. Please pass my thanks to Liliya, (Liliya Pobornikova in Spain) me and my friends really admire her work. And although I cannot afford the £xxxx for her Rainbow 1, I would love to own it, and would be happy to pay £xxxx. Thank you to you too Peter, especially for bearing me in mind, but also for q... [Read more]
Mr A. Chalmers, East Anglia, United Kingdom.