Sculpture at the Missouri Botanical Garden

Image of 'Double Helix', 'Double Dancer', and 'Single Helix'

'Double Helix', 'Double Dancer', and 'Single Helix' (2001)

a. Double Helix:

Stainless steel and copper, 17'

b. Double Dancer:

Stainless steel and copper, 10' 5"

c. Single Helix:

Stainless steel and copper, 7' 8"

All the statues were installed in October 2001.


Lyman Whitaker

Utah sculptor

Lyman Whitaker's artwork has taken many forms since he graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelors degree in sculpture. In the last dozen years, he has concentrated on his kinetic wind sculptures which twirl silently in the slightest breeze. These whimsical, calming sculptures combine Whitaker's knowledge of engineering, science and art.


Kemper Center Entrance Court

Lyman Whitaker's sculptures are welded and soldered from copper and stainless steel into a wide range of shapes and sizes. The wind sculpture designs had their beginnings in a simple hanger-wire model which survived through a season of blustering winds and winter weather.

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