Holographic glass sphere sculpture

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002747" title="Robert Kelly" href="/topic/entertainment/robert-kelly-PECLB002747.topic">Robert Kelly</a> of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101023010000" title="Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)" href="/topic/us/pennsylvania/philadelphia-county/philadelphia-%28philadelphia-pennsylvania%29-PLGEO100101023010000.topic">Philadelphia</a> takes a break while installing a sculpture by Internationally-renowned sculptor <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT003985" title="Ray King" href="/topic/sports/ray-king-PESPT003985.topic">Ray King</a>. The original work of art--an 18-foot, 1000-lb. holographic glass sphere sculpture on a frame of stainless steel tubing and wire is being installed at the corner of Clematis Street and Rosemary Avenue in West Palm Beach. King's piece was designed expressly for Urban Art and is the FIRST of two original sculptures to be installed in downtown through the efforts of BAP Development and as part of the City's Art in Public Places initiative.

( MARK RANDALL, Sun Sentinel / August 3, 2006 )

Robert Kelly of Philadelphia takes a break while installing a sculpture by Internationally-renowned sculptor Ray King. The original work of art--an 18-foot, 1000-lb. holographic glass sphere sculpture on a frame of stainless steel tubing and wire is being installed at the corner of Clematis Street and Rosemary Avenue in West Palm Beach. King's piece was designed expressly for Urban Art and is the FIRST of two original sculptures to be installed in downtown through the efforts of BAP Development and as part of the City's Art in Public Places initiative.

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