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Amy Lewis Sweetman's avatar Amy Lewis Sweetman

AIR-EARTH-WATER-FIRE brings elemental magic to The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum with a series of Fountains and Candlesticks. Activate this installation by participating in it, raising the vibration of the space where it lives, and creating a healing environment! Fountains are formed from discs and Candlesticks are formed from disc spacers, both originating from the same reclaimed machines, antique disc harrows, found buried in NY farmers’ fields. The Fountains will run from 10am-10pm, and the Candlesticks will be "lit" every evening at sundown. For the 18 nights of ArtPrize, Amy Lewis Sweetman will be on site, inviting and filming folks lighting each of the 8 (flameless) Candles and sharing a positive intention/statement with the public. View these short & sweet films on www.agrisculpture.com/films - 144 moments of bringing light into the darkness. Find Amy each evening for Community Candlelighting: 7pm Mondays - Saturdays & 4pm Sundays. There is a candle waiting for you...

Entry Details
  • Art form: Installation
  • Depth: Fountains range from approximately 3 feet tall to 7 feet tall - with bases approximately 4 feet in diameter.
  • Medium: Reclaimed Metal (Antique Farm Equipment)
  • Width: Each Candlestick is approximately 4.75 inches in diameter at base x 7.25 inches tall plus the Candle on top.
  • Year created: 2021
  • Height: Sky is the limit for the height of AIR-EARTH-WATER-FIRE as it may be viewed from rooftops and via drones.