After a months-long crowdfunding effort, construction on a 50-foot steel sculpture has begun in Reston Town Center.
The sculpture, titled Buoyant Force, is designed by artist Sue Wrbican who was inspired by the paintings of American Surrealist Kay Sage.
In a release, the Greater Reston Arts Center called the sculpture an “unprecedented project that will not only bring a monumental sculpture in Reston, but will be an act of creative place-making.” The sculpture will be located in Reston Town Square Park.
Wrbican is an associate professor and director of photographer at George Mason University’s School of Art.
Her work, which is known for depicting scaffolded structures and furled fabric in desolate landscapes, is inspired by Sage, who GRACE says lived in the shadow of her husband, the surrealist Yves Tanguy.
GRACE turned to a crowdfunding to help finance the construction of the project. The installation is expected to be complete by the fall.
Photo via Greater Reston Arts Center
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