Janet Echelman's Art is Inspired by the Forces of Nature

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 17, 2011 • References: echelman &
At first glance, Janet Echelman's work may look like light graffiti to you, I know it did to me. That is what makes her sculptures so beautifully astounding. What looks like just strategically captured vibrant lights and insubstantial shapes are actually very real and touchable.

Unlike any sculpture I have ever seen before, Janet Echelman's art installations look like the forces of nature that they were inspired by. From wind, water and light, each sculpture takes on an organic form that nevertheless looks quite futuristic as well.

Combining ancient craft with cutting-edge technology, Janet Echelman creates permanent sculptures that are at the scale of buildings. I swear that if you came across any one of her creations, you would instantly become lost in its mesmerizing depths. Stats for Light Graffiti Sculptures Trending: Older & Buzzing
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