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Student's public art now on display in Washington D.C.

April 7, 2010 -- Nearly three years of work by design and industry graduate student Ethan Kerber culminated March 25 in Washington D.C. with the installation of his metal sculpture, "Inspiration."

A photo of Ethan Kerber's art piece on a wall in Washington D.C.

The piece will be on display in the District's Vernon Triangle neighborhood at the intersection of Fifth and K streets, about 10 blocks from the White House. The sculpture was designed to resemble an exhaled breath on a cold day, and is composed of five metal panels that measure 25 feet-by-25 feet and together weigh nearly 3,500 pounds. The piece was commissioned by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities in conjunction with Lowe Enterprises.


-- Michael Bruntz


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