Ken Smith Sculpture
"Twins, homage to George Rickey"
This sculpture represents two identical structures that can move in unison or independently, as
twins do.  It is constructed of aluminum and stainless steel.  It moves with the wind currents.  It
pays homage to George Rickey, the pioneer of modern kinetic sculpture. Base still to be designed.
Ken Smith Sculpture  Copyright 2016
"Dancer"
This working prototype reflects the graceful moves of a dancer.  It moves with the wind currents.  It
is fabricated out of brushed aluminum.  Sold to private collector.
"WorldWind"
This sculpture represents the world's need for alternative energy solutions, in this case wind power,
and suggests that traditional windmills could be more artistic in design.  It contains 5 pivot points,
reflects our environment, and creates graceful patterns as it moves with the wind.  It is fabricated out of
Aluminum and Stainless Steel.
Was on display at 'Sculpture in the Gardens' at San Diego Botanical Gardens - Encinitas, CA
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"Rings"
This sculpture (each ring to be 8 feet in diameter) is designed to slowly change its position
throughout the day, moved by wind currents.
"Stepping Stones"
This sculpture reflects a series of stepping stones that are somewhat treacherous.  It moves
with the wind currents and is made of aluminum and stainless steel.  Base still to be designed.
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