Description: Innovative kinetic sculptor Rein Triefeldt's "Flyer" bronzes are inspired by the daring flights and athleticism of the circus. According to the artist, the goal of these works is is "motion, perfect balance and fun". In this sculpture, two bronze figures spin about a central axis. This figurative bronze with a golden brown patina moves with the touch of a hand; its scale makes it suitable for pedestal or table indoors, or for an intimate outdoos garden space. View sculpture on a table.|
Triefeldt's kinetic bronzes reside in public, corporate and private collections in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands and Hong Kong. A Triefeldt "Flyer" sculpture was featured at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics; two works by Rein Triefeldt appeared in the 2003 Dutch Biennial of kinetic sculpture. The December 2003 issue of the magazine "Sculpture" discusses Rein Triefeldt's work--especially the artist's recent forays into the world of large-scale solar kinetic sculpture. View more artworks by Rein Triefeldt. Visit Rein Triefeldt's studio. Rein Triefeldt also accepts commissions for interior, garden and large scale sculpture; email or phone Biddington's for further information.