David Edwards Art
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Curious Creatures: Learning Sculptures at the Carnegie Children's Museum. June, 2010106 views
"Corkscrewius Maximus" 8" x 8" x 6" metal112 views
Dave's Dragon113 viewsHigh Density Urethane 6' x12''
125 viewsThis is the micro turbine section. It captures kinetic wind energy to power and illuminate the sculptures symbols.
Eco-equation, self-illuminating solar and wind harnessing public art.123 viewsThis is the sculpture during a test lighting assembly in my studio.
Eco-equation, Art You Can Plug Into107 viewsEco-equation is a new public sculpture located at 5111 Penn Avenue in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Garfield. The 16’ wide by 12’ tall installation will be completed on September 14, 2011.

This project is a Pittsburgh first, combining self sustaining energy design within the context of public art. The sculpture contains two low voltage electricity generating systems that provide power for it’s own power consumption needs. The sculpture harnesses both sun and wind energy which charge batteries by means of solar panels and functional wind turbine. The self generated power is used to energize LED lighting illuminating the sculpture at night from within. Symbols representing Sun + Wind = Light deliver a message in the form of a simple, yet self defining equation.
Eco-equation, self-illuminating solar and wind harnessing public art.114 viewsThe sculpture at night. It turns on at night with sun and wind stored battery power that power internal LED low voltage lighting. A public art example of "off the grid power" generation and use for it's own lighting needs. (Distributed energy production and use in the from of a positive symbolic equation)
Eco-equation, self-illuminating solar and wind harnessing public art.110 viewsThe sun section. The sculpture also has solar panels on it's topmost surfaces to power and illuminate the symbols, in addition to the micro wind turbine power.
"Pittsburgh's Painted Pachyderm" 14" x 8" series #1 of 4, pastel: $3,000 (sold)125 viewsPittsburgh's Painted Pachyderm was a winning design submitted to the Sprout Fund for the 2006 Pittsburgh Roars yearlong celebration. The designs were converted into giant inflatable sculptures that were set up at different locations in the region throughout 2006. The sculpture and design were purchased by the Carnegie Institute in 2007.
Eco-equation, self-illuminating solar and wind harnessing public art.101 viewsDavid Edwards installing the sculpture at 5111 Penn Avenue. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Green Man on the cover of the City Paper.116 viewsSculpture carved from high density urethane.
"The Quarrier" 6' x 2' marble relief: $12,000118 views
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