Florida artist, Richard Heipp, employed a classic silhouette cut-out, also known as "the black arts", to illustrate the notion of the library impact on the community it serves. Relating to the physical layout of the library, on an expanse of 20 glass windows about 70 feet long, the artwork's images connect the children's section (on the left side) to the reference section (in the center) to the adult fiction (on the far right). The pieces are water jet cut, powder coated 1/4" 6061T aluminum panels, of 18 art components hinged on 20 glass windows.
Richard Heipp's website: www.richardheipp.com
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