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Paul Daniel: Kinetic Sculpture at the Katzen Center in DC

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Paul Daniel: Kinetic Sculpture – Current Reflection
Saturday, January 24-EXTENDED to August 9, 2009
Katzen Arts Center, American University Museum. 4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW (at Nebraska), Washington, DC 20016-8031; 202-885-2787
www.american.edu/museum

Baltimore artist Paul Daniel creates large outdoor kinetic sculptures extending up and over the wall of the Sylvia Berlin Katzen Sculpture Garden overlooking Ward Circle. The pieces rotate, reflect sunlight and are fun to watch. By adding mirrors to works that move in a fluid way, these sculptures not only reveal the unseen force of the wind but also broadcast the movement of the sun. Daniel’s sculpture is included in numerous municipalities in the Washington-Baltimore region as well as in many private collections.


Paul Daniel
Sculptor / Mount Maker
2010 Clipper Park Road
Baltimore, MD 21211
410-366-5072 studio tel & fax
443-691-9764 cell
http://pauldanielsculpture.blogspot.com/

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