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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
The High Performance Design of Hypnartic Artwork Kinetic Wind Sculptures Equal The Lamborghini Tradition
When Mother Nature is the strongest competitor of concern for your product – virtually zero room for design error exists. Direct exposure to weather’s instability and turbulence presents an unnerving wildcard that can only be unrivaled by meticulous and precise product engineering.
This is just one reason why Hypnartic Artwork utilizes masterfully designed moving parts of high quality within each of its four all season, high-performance kinetic wind sculptures cast from either copper or stainless steel. Upon harnessing the kinetic energy it captures from available natural breezes, each sculpture quietly and smoothly rotates 360 degrees while set upon ball bearings.
Hypnartic Artwork delivers a virtually flawless performance while withstanding and combating nature’s worst and best. Its portfolio of ultra-high performance designs are the result of its extensive, careful research and product development to achieve best-in-class, innovative, stable, artful and handsome kinetic wind sculptures.
Select from Solar Reflections cast from stainless steel and Concord Swan, Spinning Leaves and Wind Weaver cast from copper. Each design features meticulously engineered metalwork resulting in classic, clean lines with timeless flair inspired by the traditional craftsmanship that metal-smiths have historically forged in earlier times such as prior to and during the Industrial Revolution.
Standing between eight and twelve feet, each Hypnartic Artwork model secures to the earth with an easy to install anchoring system consisting of cast iron poles and bases featuring a protective marine powder coating to ensure longevity against exposure to harsh weather and other natural elements year-round.
A mere five product returns since the company’s inception in 2007 is perhaps the best testament to the high quality of its product line. Its high customer satisfaction rate underscores Hypnartic Artwork’s strong commitment to providing Estate Quality wind sculptures as an Affordable Alternative to Custom Crafted wind sculptures. Its high customer satisfaction rate underscores Hypnartic Artwork’s strong commitment to providing, Estate Quality wind sculptures as an Affordable Alternative to Custom Crafted wind sculptures.
The ultra high performance, precision engineering and master workmanship of the components of Hypnartic Artwork’s sculptures places a similar high propensity for innovation of its design team among that of other first-in-class product innovators such as Lamborghini, Ferrari and Tesla automobiles and Vacheron Constantin (1755), Audemars Piguet and Patek Phillippe watches.
Each sculpture seamlessly compliments, enhances and blends with virtually all outdoor settings. An ideal way to add decorative yet functional design to private suburban and city landscapes. The installed result offers a handsome element of creative expression when in motion and while at rest.
Additionally, the sculpture’s lively movement will infuse dimensional activity into an otherwise stagnant environment providing a versatile addition that easily enhances grassy as well as hardscape areas. Place either as a central focal point of a grassy area or off-center to accent a flora border, garden entrance, walkway or patio. No need to remove the sculpture during the winter as the presence of snowfall will not prohibit a sculpture’s ability to spin. Evenly distributed snow ensures optimum results.
As a creative way to share its product line with the public, Hypnartic Artwork recently embarked upon a road trip as part of its Wind Sculptures Across America Tour where it made stops in multiple scenic American destinations. To date, Hypnartic Artwork has traveled from its corporate offices in Jamestown, Rhode Island, to Sedona, Arizona and back after making stops in Santa Fe, NM, Evergreen, Denver and Vail, Colo., Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo., Cambridge, MA; and Kennubunkport, Maine.
The banks of the Charles River in Cambridge near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) provided an ideal stage for the Solar Reflections wind sculpture to pirouette like a graceful Boston Ballet ballerina during a public debut of the Hypnartic Artwork product line in June.
As Solar Reflections easily captured natural breezes, the stainless steel sculpture continuously rotated while effortlessly harnessing kinetic energy produced from the wind. The sculpture’s meticulous engineering and innovative design was tested in real time while set alongside the fitting location encompassing the renowned physical science and research university and iconic river landmark.
The unexpected presence of the towering yet stable sculpture attracted the interest of curious passersby including tourists visiting from India, Taiwan and neighboring Vermont.
The single day public installation marked the Boston debut of the company’s product line. The Bay State showcase is part of the company’s ongoing Wind Sculpture Across America Tour which to date has traveled west to scenic Sedona, AZ and back east to the coastal destinations of Kennubunkport, ME and Jamestown, RI.
Hypnartic Artwork’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. Each sculpture seamlessly compliments, enhances and blends with virtually all outdoor settings. An ideal way to add decorative yet functional design to private suburban and city landscapes. Standing between eight and twelve feet, each Hypnartic Artwork design 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.
Founded in Rhode Island, the Hypnartic Artwork offers exceptionally crafted wind sculptures at affordable rates. Prices range from $595.00 to $795.00. You can order directly from this web site.
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