Her Fingers Move As Water  

Mobile, suspended sculpture
wood (walnut, oak) , acrylic, monofilament, copper | 4’ x 12’ x 12’
Henry A. Jordan Medical Education Center | Penn Hospital (Philadelphia, PA)

Created during the The Center for Art in Wood's Windgate ITE International Residency, this kinetic sculpture has enhanced several spaces including 80 Washington Place, the former home of the iconic American composer, John Philip Sousa (Greenwich Village, New York) and the James A. Michener Art Museum located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Currently, Her Fingers Move as Water can be viewed at the Henry A. Jordan M'62 Medical Education Center at UPenn Hospital.   

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