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              An Inside Look at ‘RUN’ Located in the Olympic Park

              Posted on August 11, 2012 by Reda Abouleish
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              'RUN' is one piece of artwork located at the London Olympic Park that uses stainless steel.

              Stainless steel is the material of choice at the London Olympics 2012.? The Olympics Committee purposely selected this metal for its durability, sustainability and corrosion-resistant traits.? It was used on the construction of the track and field stadium, the new Emirates cable car mass transit system (designed to transport ticket holders) and the swimming arena.? Another realm where this metal is being shown is through the permanent artwork of many different installations located throughout the competitive zones.

              Artwork for the Olympics was created by different internationally-renowned artists with installations located all over London and the surrounding area.? One of these impressive pieces of artwork is called ‘RUN’ by Monica Bonvicini.

              ‘RUN’ consists of three 30 feet tall letters forming the word ‘RUN.’? It is located at the outside of the Copper Box in Olympic Park.? It is built of mirrored stainless steel and glass.? During the day, the letters act as a mirror.? In the evenings, the letters convert into glowing letters lit by internal LED lighting.? When the artist was asked where the influence derived from she said it was from various “places around the Park” and by the Neil Young song called, “Running Dry.”

              To find out more about the benefits of using stainless steel and nickel alloy bars for your next art installation, call National Specialty Alloys today.

              Stainless Steel Public Art Sculptures

              Posted on April 24, 2012 by Reda Abouleish
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              On the left is the "Spirit of Light" and on the right is Perre’s Ventaglio III.

              Many cities around the world choose to display stainless steel sculptures for many reasons. One, there is virtually no need for any special care or cleaning instructions to follow keeping city maintenance costs down.? Also, these works of art make a statement. They are available in a public setting encouraging the masses to interact, admire and enjoy different infamous pieces of art.?? Here are two global steel sculptures that stand out to me.

              Let’s Take a Look at the Olympic Sculpture Park

              The Seattle Art Museum Olympic Park is an impressive, free entry, nine acre open space designed to exhibit art.? One of the sculptures that stands out the most is Perre’s Ventaglio III.

              In 1967, Perre’s Ventaglio III was created by the artist Beverly Pepper. ??The artist was known for her colossal works of art and this particular piece is no exception.? It is a massive, outdoor, large scale steel structure created out of four cubic forms.? It displays an interesting geometric shape with reflections of the sky and its surroundings, which are visible upon the highly reflective material of the sculpture itself emitting an intended optical illusion.

              Introducing the Spirit of Light

              At the base of the Nigara Mohawk Building in Syracuse New York is a stainless steel sculpture called Spirit of Light.? Spirit of Light is a 28 foot high statue of a male figure with arms extended from which rays of light look similar to sporting giant wings.

              To find out more about stainless steel and nickel alloy bars call National Specialty Alloys today.

               

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