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."
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.
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