A zoetrope is a cylinder object with slits on the outside and still images on the inside. When spun, the images create the illusion of an animation.
I Fly, You Fly
Steel Zoetrope Sculpture, 50” in height with 21” diameter barrel. Powder coated paint, vinyl images.
I Fly, You Fly displayed for Art on the River in Dubuque, IA. I Fly, You Fly uses a Heron to represent Sustainable Dubuque's preservation of Environmental Integrity, specifically through its Heron Pond Restoration. Sustainability is defined by a community’s ability to meet the environmental, economic, and social equity needs of today without reducing the ability of future generations to meet their needs. I Fly, You Fly symbolizes this positive relationship between generations and the effects our actions today may hold tomorrow.
Humans and Earth
50” in height with 21” diameter barrel. Powder coated paint, vinyl images.
Humans and Earth in Boynton Beach, Fl exhibiting in Avenue of the Arts 2009 - 2010.
Evolvement: Life, Nature, Communication (series)
Steel Zoetrope Sculptures, 46”, 48”, 50” in height with 21” diameter barrel. Powder coated paint.
The first zoetrope, Life, begins with a pink bunny, who transforms into a human and back, while a carrot dangles above. The second zoetrope, Nature, features the rise and fall relationship between a tree and a building. The third zoetrope, Communication, involves a hieroglyphic symbol merging into a cell phone and a rock that forms into a wheel with shiny, gold rims.