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    Nature Guardians & Mythic Muses: The Poetic Sculptures of Douglas O. Freeman - CODAworx

    Nature Guardians & Mythic Muses: The Poetic Sculptures of Douglas O. Freeman - CODAworx

    “The Lion’s Fountain,” Culver City, CA. [photo: William Short] As evening falls, a grid of water jets rising from the center of a pedestrian walk …

  • Wild, Heterotopias Augmented Reality installations reflect thriving garden and newly built architecture around the HighLine. These augmented orbs transform our experience of space and time, juxstapose nature against bare walls and sky, based on Sadé's photographed of the High Line gardens (designed by Piet Oudolf). They create a mirroring world, a journey between imagination and reality on separated levels. Sade’s work speaks to land, nature and metropolis through 3D photographic sculptures.

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    Wild, Heterotopias - CODAworx

    Wild, Heterotopias - CODAworx

    Wild, Heterotopias Augmented Reality installations reflect thriving garden and newly built architecture around the HighLine. These augmented orbs …

  • Viewers approaching and passing this roundabout in Carmel, IN see three, steel flower-like structures with curvy stems. They face south, northeast, and northwest. The composition is raised well above the roundabout, making it easily visible to motorists; the tallest is more than thirty feet high. As viewers circle the form, its flowers’ undulating stems seem to make the sculpture come alive. At night the structure displays a delicate, multi-colored play of lights reflected in the undersides of the seven hundred and sixty-eight stainless steel florets, which form the three flowers.

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    Beacon Bloom - CODAworx

    Beacon Bloom - CODAworx

    Viewers approaching and passing the roundabout see three, steel flower-like structures with curvy stems. They face south, northeast and northwest. …

  • This group of sculptures explores the natural history of the area, presenting charismatic images of animals still widely present in Missouri. Beyond these three dimensional sculptures of thriving bear, deer, and turkey, silhouettes depict creatures eliminated through hunting or the challenges of evolution, such as dramatic climate change. The silhouettes are scattered, disappearing into the bordering forest, evoking a world of creatures once numerous, fading out into the distance across time.

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    Missouri Evolution - CODAworx

    Missouri Evolution - CODAworx

    This group of sculptures explores the natural history of the area, presenting charismatic images of animals still widely present in Missouri. Beyond …

  • WE STAND TALL was created from a national competition to create a sculpture for Lafayette, Indiana. As a large-scale public symbol, it celebrates the Bicentennial anniversary of the state and city. WE STAND tall is centered Downtown in the city and is a visual celebration of Lafayette, its history, and more importantly its people. The words cut into the sculpture's body plates and the title were chosen by Lafayette’s underprivileged children. WE STAND TALL is a telling and somewhat inspirational beacon lit 24/7.

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    WE STAND TALL - CODAworx

    WE STAND TALL - CODAworx

    WE STAND TALL was created from a national competition to create a sculpture for Lafayette, Indiana. WE STAND TALL as a large-scale public symbol …

  • Adventist Healthcare in Gaithersburg, MD wanted a piece of art to set the tone for their executive dining room. The artwork is made of postage stamps which creates a sense of exploration, including many medical stamps. The goal was to create artwork that represented local wildlife -Baltimore Orioles, Black-Eyed Susan's, and coastline. In addition, used medical postage stamps to honor the accomplishments in medical history.

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    "Baltimore Orioles with Black Eyed Susans" - CODAworx

    "Baltimore Orioles with Black Eyed Susans" - CODAworx

    Adventist Healthcare wanted a piece of art to set the tone for their executive dining room. The artwork is made of postage stamps which creates a …

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