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KOEHLER and SHIGLEY

Jon Koehler
Neil Shigley

"Rain" 2007 Molasky Corporate Center Las Vegas, NY
Two Kinetic 24ft x 6ft x 4ft Stainless steel elements
Rain was commissioned by the Molasky Corp.  Our design concept was to represent water and its role in the development of Las Vegas.  These two massive abstract shapes create a window that from the lobby of the building takes the shape of a drop of rain.

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"Ballenas" 2007 The Point Los Angeles, CA
Two kinetic 24ftx8ftx3ft Stainless steel elements
Ballenas was created for an open juried sculpture competition in San Diego called "Urban Trees".  Our theme was an abstracted interpretation of the migrating whales the pass San Diego each year.  It was purchased by Comstock, Crosser & Assoc.

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"Totem Bulb"  2009 San Diego, CA
7ft Cast Concrete Irregular discs and steel
Totem Bulb is part of a series of stacked concrete, stone and steel.  Originally inspired by a trip to the Grand Canyon the stacked irregular shapes represent the layering of the earth and a layering of meaning.

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