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Contact: Toni Shrewsbury

Suwanee SculpTour

330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024

770.945.8996  (Direct)

tshrewsbury@suwanee.com

     
DREW DYLAN
Sculpture
(Professional)
Inspired by a total solar eclipse viewed as a child, Eclipse is artist Drew Dylan's first public space sculpture. At a height ranging from 10 feet to around 11 feet, this 250+ pound marriage of weathering steel, stainless steel, and acrylic, pays tribute to this rare event. If you're interested in purchasing this piece, please contact Toni Shrewsbury at the City of Suwanee.

Eclipse can rotate 360° while the angle of the upper disc and coronal ring can be adjusted using the tilt wheel located about halfway up the spine, allowing it to line it up with the sun for a daytime eclipse. Two partial crescents create a serpentine body, with nine vertebrae (one for each planet and Pluto), and a stainless-steel spinal cord that passes through the tilt wheel. The base ring has five pins (one for each rocky planet and Pluto) that define Eclipse's orbit. Some might be pleased to note that the disc and ring diameters, crossbeam count, and tilt wheel moon count, are all prime.



Art Name: Eclipse
Category: Sculpture
Dimension: 10-11ft tall, 250+ pounds
Location: 2017-2019 Suwanee SculpTour
330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024
Description:
Inspired by a total solar eclipse viewed as a child, Eclipse is artist Drew Dylan's first public space sculpture. At a height ranging from 10 feet to around 11 feet, this 250+ pound marriage of weathering steel, stainless steel, and acrylic, pays tribute to this rare event. If you're interested in purchasing this piece, please contact Toni Shrewsbury at the City of Suwanee.






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