Easter weekend is over. Several hundred visitors, most of them expressed oh, awe, wow! in various levels of sincerity. Rewarding and also exhausting. So many questions, so much interest; many said they received energy, inspiration and a “kick”. No wonder I am tired. Before the weekend I spent a few days of hard work, placing my steel art piece in the ground.Ready for installation of the piece.
It arrived on a huge truck and was placed on this little trailer.
Everything worked out great. Until now I had been able to do it alone.
My really nice neighbor came over and together we carefully raised the piece. I did not want it to tip over and fall into the pit. It weighs about 200 kg.
It very smoothly got lowered down into the pit. Evening of a long day…
Next morning I could level the piece and shovel all the dirt back, replace the grass pieces and clean up. All with a great sense of satisfaction!
Ten millimeter steel rising out of the ground with no visible support. Gently swaying in the wind.
The morning sun creates a duplicating shadow on the ground.
The piece is mirrored in the window.