Janet Echelman

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Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet Echelman

In the late 1990s artist Janet Echelman traveled to India as a Fulbright Scholar with the intention of giving painting exhibitions around the country. She shipped her painting supplies ahead of time and landed in the fishing village of Mahabalipuram to begin her exhibitions with one major hitch: the

Studio Echelman has used more than 100 miles of rope to create a sculpture that floats high above a Boston park.

Artist Janet Echelman creates aerial rope sculpture in Boston

Studio Echelman has used more than 100 miles of super-strength rope to create a sculpture that floats high above a Boston park

Artist Janet Echelman is currently embarking on her largest artwork ever, a…

Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet Echelman

In the late 1990s artist Janet Echelman traveled to India as a Fulbright Scholar with the intention of giving painting exhibitions around the country. She shipped her painting supplies ahead of time and landed in the fishing village of Mahabalipuram to begin her exhibitions with one major hitch: the

janet echelman | she changes, porto, portugal (photo by sofia torrão)

the net and the moon... in b&w

still experimenting with abandeira's d90 ... it's really cooooool :)))

Janet Echelman #Lighting #Installation #LED #LEDlighting #Lights #LEDlights #Inspiration #LEDs #Arts #Visual [Light Art - Light Installation - Light Painting - Light Exibithion]

Civic Space Park, Phoenix AZ

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Janet Echelman Sculpture

Janet Echelman

Led by internationally recognized sculptor Janet Echelman, Studio Echelman explores the cutting edge of sculpture, public art, and urban transformation.

Janet Echelman installation for Lumiere London

Janet Echelman's 1.8 installation billows above Oxford Circus

Janet Echelman has suspended a billowing woven sculpture based on data captured from the 2011 Japanese earthquake above London's busy Oxford Circus junction

Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet Echelman Vancouver nets installation.  Janet Echelman is an artist who was literally inspired by fishing nets and then created a lifetime of work with that inspiration.

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+ wow ella! what a great idea! looking forward to the rest of the instalments! how did you find out about this artist? what beauty designs! where are these sculptures? i like the cyclone looking one over the lit up city the best:) i wonder how she does it.. I was going to call it a willy-willy! but…

Her Secret is Patience / Janet Echelman

Espacios Urbanos: las esculturas lumínicas de Janet Echelman

La artista estadounidense, Janet Echelman, es una de las más renombradas mundialmente por su capacidad de transformar el espacio urbano con...

More than 100 miles of super-strength rope was used to create this aerial sculpture.

Artist Janet Echelman creates aerial rope sculpture in Boston

Studio Echelman has used more than 100 miles of super-strength rope to create a sculpture that floats high above a Boston park

Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet Echelman Vancouver nets installation

Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet Echelman

In the late 1990s artist Janet Echelman traveled to India as a Fulbright Scholar with the intention of giving painting exhibitions around the country. She shipped her painting supplies ahead of time and landed in the fishing village of Mahabalipuram to begin her exhibitions with one major hitch: the

Janet Echelman Suspends Net Sculpture Over London's Oxford Circus,1.8 London, Janet Echelman, Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by the Mayor of London. Image © Ema Peter

Gallery of Janet Echelman Suspends Net Sculpture Over London's Oxford Circus - 16

Image 16 of 18 from gallery of Janet Echelman Suspends Net Sculpture Over London's Oxford Circus. Photograph by Ema Peter

Janet Echelman Her Name is Patience, Phoenix, Arizona

Janet Echelman Her Name is Patience, Phoenix, Arizona

The Artwork 'wide hips' by Janet Echelman, 1997 India, was the starting point for a broader investigation into the possibilities of the fisherman's net.

Janet Echelman’s Floating Sculptures

Janet Echelman is an American artist who creates fluid moving sculptures out of nets. Echelman was first inspired to use nets while on a Fu...