New Kinetic Sculpture Display At THE AVENUE
WHITE MARSH - In celebration of its 25th anniversary, THE AVENUE in White Marsh has announced a new art installation.
The new kinetic sculpture display will be Its largest installation to date.
“Responding to the changing currents of the wind, providing special movement – these sculptures are designed to induce a calming, meditative feeling,” THE AVENUE said. Each of the 12 wind sculptures was hand-produced by Whitaker Studio and range in height from 13 to 15 feet.”
THE AVENUE opened in 1997 with four tenants: AMC, Barnes & Noble, Old Navy, and Red Brick Station.
The new exhibit will be located along Honeygo Boulevard near Banditos.
According to THE AVENUE, the installation is expected to be completed later this month.
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