David Edwards Art
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Pittsburgh's painted Pachyderm137 viewsDisplayed in area Oakland of Pittsburgh
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Eco-equation, self-illuminating solar and wind harnessing public art.116 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)
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Eco-equation, self-illuminating solar and wind harnessing public art.108 viewsArt Energy Design worked with the EcoDesigners Guild of Pittsburgh. They helped with the designing and landscaping of the project. The URA, The Bloomfield Garfield Corporation and community organizations sponsored and helped with creative project input.
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Lecture and Installation at Allegheny College Meadville Pa. 2011103 views
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Carnegie Science Center, SciTech Days 2011102 views
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Carnegie Science Center, SciTech Days 2011114 views
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Eco-equation, Art You Can Plug Into108 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.

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Curious Creatures: Learning Sculptures at the Carnegie Children's Museum. June, 2010107 views
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Carnegie Children's Museum June, 2010102 views
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Kids and Creativity meeting at the Children's Museum.118 viewsPresentation of the mini Power Flower and Curious Creatures learning features.
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