It was just a question of time. Artists are discovering the benefits of solar lighting.
No more wires and electricity for illuminating sculptures and other forms of art.
According to the artist, the unique design was inspired by studying organic forms and the geometric principles that determine their patterns and structures.
Industrial grade sheets of recycled aluminum were laser cut and refabricated to create the intriguing Seed-Pod solar powered light sculpture in Chattanooga’s Renaissance Park. Deedee Morrison created the 8-by-12-foot …
Morrison has a particular affinity for plants, other natural forms, and light. The sculptor has coupled her interest in the natural world with a fascination for technical and scientific advances. A unique style has evolved that reflect the artistʼs understanding of the nature, by using heavy industrial metals and laser jet cutting methods to create solar powered sculptures. (ref. http://www.sculpture.org)
Mark Malmberg is another artist who creates solar sculptures and solar mobiles. You can check some of his creations bellow.