The bronze sculptures created by Polish artist Malgorzata Chodakowska feature movement in the form of water.
The sculptures take between two to six months to create and have strategically placed spouts through which water can come out and make the sculptures come to life. With the intent to create fountains that "spread the pure joy of life," the artist manages to create unique works of art. One of his sculptures features a bronze ballerina with a tutu made from water, another features a woman who has spouts of water coming out of her hair, while another sculpture has water that comes out in the shape of angel wings.
The strategical use of water on these bronze sculptures provide these unique fountains with a design and story that could not be replicated with only "hard" materials.