<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork - The Wind Sculpture Leader, Kinetic Copper Wind Sculptures, Kinetic Spinners, Steel Garden Spinners - Blog]]>Fri, 02 Dec 2016 04:28:47 -0500Weebly<![CDATA[Evergreen, CO Wind Sculptures Video ]]>Wed, 21 Sep 2016 02:09:33 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/evergreen-co-wind-sculptures-videoThe following video shot in Evergreen, Colorado as part of our Wind Sculpture Across America Tour. We shot this on a rainy day Fall day at dusk.Read the full story about our visit to beautiful Evergreen 
]]>
<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork Provides A Kinetic Wind Oasis]]>Thu, 01 Sep 2016 04:00:00 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hypnartic-artwork-provides-a-kinetic-wind-oasisSailing enthusiasts are sure to agree that the challenge of navigating upon open waters is a mesmerizing, enjoyable and relaxing experience that gets them as close to Mother Nature as humanly possible.While the graceful performances of such water aficionados make their journey appear effortless and easy to execute, in reality, a great amount of knowledge, ability, skill, talent and timing are required to successfully chart any given course.  Extensive patience in awaiting to seize the opportunity for a sail to catch wind in order for a boat to move about towards its destination is also needed.
However, sailing is not necessarily a unanimously preferred recreational activity. For those who prefer to keep their sea legs ashore yet remain desirous of gaining a meditative journey, adding a kinetic wind sculpture to a personal outdoor space at their home might just be the ideal solution.Utilizing the similar premise of sailing which relies upon the wind’s direction and velocity, a kinetic wind sculpture harnesses the energy of available natural breezes to move, turn and rotate. Like a sailor, it eagerly awaits the chance to catch the energy of wind to perform for and impress its viewers. The sculpture’s movement provides audiences with a mesmerizing motion that enables a relaxing escape.

Hypnartic Artwork offers a collection of four kinetic wind sculptures including Solar Reflections cast from stainless steel and Spinning Leaves, Concord Swan and Wind Weaver cast from copper. 

The meticulous engineering and innovative design of each offers a handsome element of creative expression when in motion and while at rest. The body of the Wind Weaver sculpture resembles flower petals that when spinning appear like a wind enveloped sail. Meanwhile, the stainless steel arms of Solar Reflections scissor the air and spins akin to a pirouetting ballerina. Set upon ball-bearings, each Hypnartic Artwork sculpture quietly and smoothly rotates 360 degrees upon harnessing breezes that come its way. The sculpture’s lively movement exudes a meditative sense that can quickly transform otherwise stagnant environments into a personal oasis of relaxation.

]]>
<![CDATA[From Mesopotamia, To Utah, To Rome, Gardening and Outdoor Decor Has Been An Essential Factor To Daily Life]]>Mon, 01 Aug 2016 04:00:00 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/from-mesopotamia-to-utah-to-rome-gardening-and-outdoor-decor-has-been-an-essential-factor-to-daily-life
Picture
Hanging Gardens of Babylon, courtesy of www.history.com
Since the first civilization known to man, Mesopotamia, gardening has been an essential factor to daily life. Those from 600 B.C.E maintained gardens for aesthetic reasons as well as agricultural. The mythical Hanging Gardens of Babylon are considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. According to legend, King Nebuchanezzar ordered his people to build the extensive garden to remind his wife of her homeland. It was projected to have taken 43 years to complete. 
Picture
Hanging Gardens of Babylon, courtesy of www.history.com
The practice of horticulture has been perpetual, from Babylon to the Italian Renaissance, a time where many people were inspired turn to all types of art forms, including gardening.
Picture
Italian Renaissance garden, courtesy of en.wikipedia.org
 Many people began planting gardens within their own land or around statues and water fountains because gardens symbolized peace. One of the most famous being The Gardens of the Palace of Versallies, followed by France’s Château de Villandry.
Picture
Gardens of Versailles, courtesy of en.wikipedia.org
The Chinese cultures also withhold the value to embody peace through gardening, which they imply by using philosophical values in their gardens to portray their Ying/Yang lifestyle. The idea of Ying/Yang is the focus of balance and harmony. There are infinite ways to depict their traditions through gardening, many turn to including red and gold colors compliment each other because they represent luck and wealth. Some turn to utilizing natural objects to illustrate the balance of two opposing forces, such as soft flowing water and dense stones to offer a balance of energy in their garden.​
Picture
Chinese garden, courtesy of en.wikipedia.org
Contemporary gardens have been shaped by those of the past, as they still symbolize a place for peace. Currently, gardens are as essential to an architect as building designs. Gardens are most commonly found in the twenty-first century with Garden Ornaments, used in home gardens, public gardens, and parks. Ornaments can be a wide variety of sorts, from bird-baths and water fountains to pink plastic flamingos and kinetic sculptures.
Picture
Contemporary garden decor
Kinetic Sculptures are a distinct form of art-structures which conduct movement or an illusion. Kinetic Wind Sculptures are powered by the wind to create an exquisite pattern or motion which can enhance the beauty and tranquility of any garden.
Their elegance and intricate design can embellish an outdoor area and evoke an aberrant balance of energy. A Hypnartic Artwork wind sculpture may be the perfect addition to transform a garden or any outdoor setting into a peaceful, unique locality.​
]]>
<![CDATA[Hail To The Kinetic Chief "Hypnartic Artwork" Tours Kansas City - ]]>Sun, 03 Jul 2016 22:02:57 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hail-to-the-kinetic-chief-hypnartic-artwork-tours-kansas-city
Picture
The Hotel President, formerly the President Hotel
Located in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri, Hypnartic Artwork’s Spinning Leaves wind sculpture accompanies the historic Hotel President as they close out Hypnartic's Fall Wind Sculptures Across America Tour. This archival building was originally named “President Hotel,” when built in the 1920’s, during one of the largest economic booms America has ever known.
Picture
Hypnartic Artwork adds a presidential presence to the Kansas City skyline

Designed by the best local architects of the time, Siedhoff Shepard and George Wiser, the hotel has a brown-brick pattern and gothic styled windows, giving an early twentieth century tone. The construction is credited to a Niagara Falls business man, Frank Dudley.

Picture
Hypnartic Artwork tours Kansas City

The hotel closed in the year 1980 and did not re-open until 2005, when the Hilton Hotel Corporation purchased it and changed the name to “Hotel President”. In conjunction with the Hilton, developers Ron Jury from Overland Park and Gastinger Walker Harden Architects, re-designed the hotel with a forty-five million dollar restoration project. This project consisted of renovating each bedroom, from 453 smaller stay rooms into 213 spacious guest rooms and suites. Many ballrooms and meeting rooms, and it’s famous Drum Room were completely remodeled. 

Picture
Spinning Leaves shines tall in Kansas City

The sophisticated design of the Spinning Leaves kinetic sculpture mirrors the complex aura of the city, which is home to other Missouri landmarks build during the 1920’s such as The Mainstream Theater, Midland Theater, and Kansas City Power and Light building. 

Picture
To the left - Kansas City Power and Light Building

Complimenting the detailed to the ceilings, columns and floors of the prominent Hotel President, the Spinning Leaves wind sculpture captures the presidential essence in it’s intricate design of copper leaves facing alternating directions.

​Wind Sculptures Made For A President 

Picture
Spinning Leaves showing it's executive spin in downtown Kansas City

Picture
Hilton President Kansas City Hotel, MO

​​Hotel President was significant because it played a key role as the base for the Republican National Convention in 1928, which is the convention which nominated thirty-first president Herbert Hoover.

Another distinguished aspect of Hotel President would be it’s well known Drum Room, which was a large attraction starting in 1941 throughout the mid nineteen hundreds, made famous by hosting well known singers and entertainers such as Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, and Patsy Cline. It was registered as a National Historic Place in 1983. 

]]>
<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork Wind Sculptures Autumn Debut at Santa Fe National Forest]]>Sun, 27 Sep 2015 16:25:42 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hypnartic-artwork-wind-sculptures-autumn-debut-at-santa-fe-national-forest
Hypnartic Artwork exhibited its deep affinity for the magnificent scenic artistry of Santa Fe, New Mexico with an installation display of two kinetic wind sculptures entitled Solar Reflections and Spinning Leaves during a single day visit to the Santa Fe National Forest this past October. 
Picture
Hypnartic Artwork wind sculptures (Spinning Leaves and Solar Reflections) visit the Santa Fe National Forest
Stationed upon the front entrance of the forest’s 1.6 million acres, the trio continuously rotated without interruption while capturing available breezes and harnessing the natural kinetic energy they encountered. Inside, the ultra-bright shimmering golden yellow leaves of Aspen Trees bolstered the forest’s  already remarkably breathtaking landscape.
Picture
Spinning Leaves copper wind sculpture - Santa Fe National Forest
The two kinetic wind sculptures belong to Hypnartic Artwork’s eclectic collection of four artful yet functional designs cast from either stainless steel or copper. The individual style of each sculpture expresses a close alignment with elements of nature. Each is engineered with meticulous precision enabling 360 degree rotation in conjunction with natural wind patterns. Solar Reflections features two ultra-shiny stainless steel arms that gracefully intertwine while in motion. The sculpture’s lively movement resembles that of a wind enveloped weathervane while Spinning Leaves includes sixteen curved copper leaves with realistic intricately detailed veins affixed to a pair of arms that spin like a pinwheel. 
Picture
Picture
Picture
Picture
Additional copper models include Wind Weaver and Concord Swan. The body of the Wind Weaver sculpture features ornate curved petals affixed to two arms that continuously interweave while turning and Concord Swan includes three individual copper pieces abstractly arranged to form a swan head and body. Hypnartic Artwork sculptures range in height between eight and twelve feet. Each design features metalwork with a classic, clean style reflecting traditional that metalsmiths have historically forged in earlier times such as prior to and during the Industrial Revolution. Engineered to withstand the worst and best of outdoor conditions, sculptures firmly secure to the earth with an easy to install anchoring system consisting of durable cast iron poles and bases. A protective marine powder coating ensures all-season longevity against exposure to harsh weather and other natural elements. 
Picture
Santa Fe National Forest - by Hypnartic Artwork
Approximately 40 million visitors annually travel to and explore the Santa Fe National Forest which is located in the north central portion of New Mexico. Founded on January 11, 1892, the massive forest reaches into numerous neighboring municipalities including Taos, Rociada, Trampas and Los Alamos.  Additionally, the forest’s western portion houses the designated U.S. National Natural Landmark of the Valles Caldera National Preserve. Considered as one of the world’s largest volcanic calderas, the preserve spans 13.7 miles wide and is set upon over eighty nine thousand acres within the Jemez Mountains. The preserve is among twelve U.S. National Natural Landmarks located in New Mexico.
Picture
Autumn Color - Santa Fe National Forest by Hypnartic Artwork
The U.S. Forest Service is responsible for the overall management and protection of the Santa Fe National Forest which joined its system in 1915. Daily on-site management is delegated to five forest Ranger Districts whose 105 staff members oversee four wilderness areas containing more than 300,000 acres of land, 620 miles of lakes, streams and rivers and numerous peaks with elevations of 5,300 ft. to 13,103 ft.. A team of twenty Hot Shot firefighters are based on site ready to extinguish and suppress fires at the forest. 
Picture
Fall Colors in Santa Fe National Forest - by Hypnartic Artwork

      Article by Hypnartic Artwork

]]>
<![CDATA[September 27th, 2015]]>Sun, 27 Sep 2015 15:09:14 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/september-27th-2015<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork Releases Their Spinning Leaves Wind Sculpture Sedona Video]]>Sun, 14 Jun 2015 17:14:58 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hypnartic-artwork-release-wind-sculptures-in-sedona-video
Read about Hypnartic Artwork's journey to stunning Sedona Arizona, also view the breathtaking Solar Reflections wind sculpture video shot in Sedona. See below
]]>
<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork Wind Sculptures Debut Their Spin in Uptown Sedona, Arizona]]>Sat, 06 Jun 2015 20:03:20 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hypnartic-artwork-wind-sculptures-debuts-its-spin-in-uptown-sedonaaz
Picture
Solar Reflections kinetic wind sculpture visits Uptown Sedona
Hypnartic Artwork added its own artistic spin to Uptown Sedona’s eclectic cultural scene during a visit to the popular northern Arizona resort town this past October. 

View Stunning Wind Sculptures in Sedona Video 

Despite its compact size of 19.2 sq. miles, Sedona is classified as a city with an estimated residential population of just over ten thousand. The Coconino National Forest occupies more than half of the city’s land mass. Sedona is located within the Upper Sonoran Desert of the Sedona Verde Valley based about 187 miles from the legendary Grand Canyon and 120 miles north of the state’s capital of Phoenix. 
An intriguing natural landscape and abundant wildlife attracts millions of tourists and enumerable visual artists to Sedona each year.
Picture
Hypnartic Artwork brings their art to sedona
A major draw is the numerous displays of massive, towering red sandstone rock formations. Commonly referred to as red rocks, the self-contained iron content causes the structures to appear red. Curiously, their color palette enlivens into a vibrant orange or red glow under a rising or setting sun. Cathedral Rock, Courthouse Butte, Red Rock Crossing located seven miles from the city are among the most visited sites. Each have provided an inspirational subject for countless songwriters, literary authors, photographers, filmmakers, painters and other visual artists.
Picture
Cathedral Rock from Oak creek
Countless wildlife species inhabit Sedona which is immediately surrounded by a plethora of vast, undeveloped protected forests and parks. These include Red Rock State Park with 286 acres and the Coconino National Forest which spans 108 acres and houses the Oak Creek Canyon whose nickname is the Mini Grand Canyon.  
Founded in 1902 and incorporated in 1988, the city of Sedona holds deep Native American Indian roots which remains true today. About 45 percent of Native Americans comprise Sedona’s population, according to the 2013 census.
Picture
Native American art by Tony Abeyta
Often referred to as a cultural mecca, Sedona features a robust, thriving colony for visual artists many of  whom draw inspiration from its natural beauty. Two additional growing industries include the new-age movement of alternative medicine and healing practices and filmmaking. Self described as Arizona's Little Hollywood, more than sixty box office films featuring John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Henry Fonda and other well known talent have been filmed in Sedona since the seventies. 
Picture
Movie making in Sedona
Hypnartic Artwork displayed its kinetic wind sculptures within Uptown Sedona amidst its bustling retail district full of art galleries, specialty shops and restaurants. Uptown Sedona is counted among the four geographical areas of the city that comprise its government structure.
Hypnartic Artwork’s collection spans four artful designs cast from stainless steel and copper. Select from Solar Reflections, Spinning Leaves, Concord Swan and Wind Weaver. Sculpture heights range between eight and twelve feet. Each is produced with materials of quality and crafted with precision.  
Picture
Spinning Leaves wind sculpture in Sedona., AZ
Meticulous engineering and innovative design enables each sculpture to rotate 360 degrees upon capturing the natural kinetic energy of available breezes. Set upon ball bearings, each design turns quietly and smoothly. 
Picture
Wind Sculptures in Sedona
]]>
<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork Wind Sculptures Reaches New Heights at St. Louis, Missouri’s Gateway Arch]]>Sun, 17 May 2015 17:16:53 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hypnartic-artwork-wind-sculptures-reaches-new-heights-at-st-louis-missouris-gateway-arch
Picture
Gateway Arch St. Louis, Missouri’s
Hypnartic Artwork added increased shine to the Gateway Arch stainless steel monument spanning 630 feet wide and high in St. Louis, Missouri with a nearby installation display of its Solar Reflections and Spinning Leaves kinetic wind sculptures this past October.
Picture
Hypnartic Spinning Leaves kinetic wind sculpture stands before the Old Courthouse (St. Louis)
The expansive stainless steel structure located upon the banks of the Mississippi River provided a larger than life background for the pair of Hypnartic Artwork designs cast from stainless steel and copper.  Residual breezes enabled the kinetic wind sculptures to pirouette and rotate while positioned in plain view under the watchful eye of the copper dome of the Old St. Louis County Courthouse. A short while later, the pair continued spinning for onlookers while displayed upon the adjacent grounds of Washington Square Park.
Picture
Stainless steel design of the Gateway arch
Picture
Stainless steel design of the Solar Reflections wind sculpture by Hypnartic Artwork
Hypnartic Artwork offers a collection of four artful kinetic wind sculptures. Heights range between eight and twelve feet. Each is produced with materials of quality and crafted with precision.  Meticulous engineering and innovative design enables quiet and smooth 360 degree rotation upon capturing the natural kinetic energy of available breezes. In addition to Solar Reflections and Spinning Leaves, Hypnartic Artwork’s collection includes Concord Swan and Wind Weaver cast from copper. Sculptures offer metalwork with a classic, clean, signature design that enhances suburban as well as urban personal outdoor spaces. 
Picture
Hypnartic Spinning Leaves wade in the Kiener Plaza Water Fountain - Saint Louis
Engineered to withstand the worst and best of outdoor conditions, each Hypnartic Artwork sculpture secures to the earth with an easy to install anchoring system consisting of durable cast iron poles and bases featuring a protective marine powder coating which ensures longevity against exposure to harsh weather and other natural elements.
Picture
Laumeier Sculpture Park - Jerald Jacquard - Cubed Squared,1969 (American, born 1937)
Hypnartic Artwork’s recent kinetic wind sculpture display in St. Louis perfectly aligns with the city’s deep appreciation of public outdoor sculpture as underscored by the existence of its Laumeier Sculpture Park.  Founded in 1976, the park features a collection of sixty large-scale sculptures across 105 acres. It serves as one of the country’s first and oldest public parks dedicated to outdoor sculpture.
Picture
Gateway Arch under construction
The company’s recent journey to the internationally famous Gateway Arch coincided with the 49th anniversary of the completion of its construction on October 28, 1965 which commenced on February 12, 1963.  The final construction cost is calculated at about thirty million dollars which is estimated as the current equivalent of one hundred eighty million dollars.The Gateway Arch first opened to the public on June 10, 1967. However, long before the project was underway, President Franklin D. Roosevelt designated it as the country’s first National Historic Site upon signing its creation into law under Executive Order 7253 in 1935. Additionally, he earmarked $6.75 million of federal funds to the project. 
Picture
Gaterway Arch turns 50 in 2015
The intended purpose of the building of the Gateway Arch was to serve as a symbol of the westward expansion of the United States. The enormous structure provides the centerpiece of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial which marks the starting point of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The Memorial’s creation was also signed into law in 1935.  In addition to the Gateway Arch, the Memorial encompasses two additional historically significant structures. These include the Old St. Louis County Courthouse built in 1828  where the landmark Dred Scott v. Emerson legal case was initially argued in 1847 and a 45,000 sq. ft Museum of Westward Expansion. The courthouse had served as the Memorial’s largest structure prior to the construction of the Gateway Arch.
Picture
Gateway Arch Elevator
Commonly referred to as the St. Louis Arch and the Gateway of the West, the monument occupies 82 acres located upon the west bank of the Missouri River at the founding site of the city. A tram system with two passenger-style trams deliver visitors from the arch’s base to an observation room located at its peak. The trams operate at an approximate speed of 340 feet per minute or 3.86 miles per hour.
Today, the Gateway Arch continues to hold numerous domestic and global records as the world’s tallest arch, largest monument of the Western Hemisphere and tallest accessible building in Missouri. Governed by the National Park Service, the Gateway Arch was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1987. The monument’s architecturally significant design by Finnish-American Architect Eero Saarinen and German-American Structural Engineer Hanskarri Bendel in 1947 serves as one of architecture’s earliest examples of structural expressionisn. The storied fruition of the arch’s erection occurred rather speedily even by modern day standards. St. Louis civic leaders initially conceived the idea for the monument in 1933. Locally based proposals for the arch evolved into legislative bills that were presented to and received approval of the U.S. House and Senate before President Roosevelt signed its creation into law.
]]>
<![CDATA[Hypnartic Artwork Wind Sculptures Tour Vail, Colorado with a Trio of Kinetic Designs]]>Thu, 30 Apr 2015 23:40:10 GMThttp://hypnarticartwork.com/blog/hypnartic-artwork-wind-sculptures-graces-vail-colorado-with-a-trio-of-kinetic-designsThe wind, sun and snow of Vail, Colorado forged an energetic kinship with the Hypnartic Artwork Company during an installation display of a trio of its kinetic wind sculpture designs this past October.
Picture
Hypnartic Artwork Wind Sculpture in Vail, Colorado
Perched 200 feet above the Town of Vail’s village along Potato Patch Road, a Solar Reflections and two Spinning Leaves sculptures harmoniously rotated under a sun-filled sky which immediately appeared following the exit of yellow and white snow flurries. Seemingly endless picturesque scenery encompassing snow-capped mountains, yellow fall foliage, vast horizon and sky provided a remarkably stunning backdrop during the planned visit. 
Picture
Village of Vail by Hypnartic Artwork
The exceptional natural beauty easily exceeded the expectations of the Hypnartic Artwork Company’s staff who selected the self-described North America’s Premier International Mountain Resort Community as a destination site as part of its recent Wind Sculptures Across America Tour  where making stops in scenic American cities and towns. To date, Hypnartic Artwork has traveled from its corporate offices in Jamestown, Rhode Island, to Sedona, Arizona, Santa Fe, NM, Evergreen, Denver and Vail, Colo., Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo., Cambridge, MA; and Kennubunkport, Maine.  
Picture
Spinning Leaves Kinetic Art - Vail Ski Resort
The relatively young yet immensely popular and well visited Vail Mountain Ski Resort boasts an approximate elevation of 8,150 feet above sea level.  Its first-rate trail and course conditions has long attracted skiers and tourists from near and far since it first opened in 1962.
Picture
Vail Ski Resort by Hypnartic
Four years later, the Town of Vail became incorporated expanding the amount of land for visitors to explore for recreational and passive use. The town of Vail spans 4.5 square miles. It is surrounded by the White River National Forest and the Vail Mountain Ski Resort which it leases from the United States Forest Service. In 2010, population of the Town of Vail was estimated at 5,305.
Picture
Stunning Vail by Hypnartic Artwork
During its fall visit, Hypnartic Artwork installed a second display of its Spinning Leaves kinetic wind sculpture design at the base of Vail Mountain along the roundabout located along South Frontage Road West. While there, the stainless steel design spun without interruption as it captured available breezes to the delight of curious passersby.
Kinetic Work of Art in Vail, Colorado by Hypnartic 
The Hypnartic Artwork Company’s collection of kinetic wind sculptures spans four eclectic artful designs including Solar Reflections cast from stainless steel, Spinning Leaves, Concord Swan and Wind Weaver cast from copper.  Shop Hypnartic Artwork




]]>