A Rose by Any Other Name

Many of our kinetic sculptures have names that reference flowers. Given their gentle, swaying motion in the wind, they naturally recall breeze-blown flowers. We thought we’d see just how similar the kinetic model is to the flower it’s named for:

Mark White’s classic purple iris

The classic purple iris

Mark White’s Iris

Our interpretation of an iris!

Mark White’s pale lily in bloom

A pale lily in bloom

Mark White’s Blooming Lily

Mark White’s Blooming Lily moves with balletic grace!

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A red rose – is anything more symbolic of romance?

Mark White’s interpretation of the rose

Here’s Mark White’s interpretation of the rose: pared-down, but still evocative of the many-petaled flower.

Mark White’s poppy bud

A poppy bud about to burst.

Mark White’s poppy

Mark White’s poppy is simple and pretty.

Kinetic Wind Sculpture

The mighty dahlia!

Red and verdigris petals

This interpretation of the dahlia features dense layers of red and verdigris petals.

Flickering flame and Mark’s sculpture

ok, this isn’t a flower, but you can’t help but see the resemblance between a flickering flame and Mark’s sculpture of the same name…

Mark White’s Flame sculpture

Our “Flame” sculpture is clearly named well…!

A golden jellyfish

A golden jellyfish

Mark White’s red version of a jellyfish

…and Mark White’s red version of a jellyfish!