Stacy Levy’s Tide Flowers Bloom With the Rising Waters of the Hudson River

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Even when you’re in a city surrounded by water, the movement of tides can become invisible. Artist Stacy Levy took the fluctuation of tides and amplified them with a series of giant Tide Flowers . Created to “bloom” around abandoned posts of long-gone piers, these blossoms wilt at low tide and open fully at high tide, creating a whimsical commentary on a very powerful — and imminent — natural force. Read the rest of Stacy Levy’s Tide Flowers Bloom With the Rising Waters of the Hudson River Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: art commission , eco-art , ecological art , hudson river valley , hudson river vally trust , husdon river , sculpture , sea level rise , stacy levy , tide flowers , water issues

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