Blue Poppy Kinetic Garden Sculpture


Blue Poppy Kinetic Garden Sculpture


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Click here to watch the blue poppy anenome video: Blue Poppy Anenome Kinetic Garden Sculpture

This flower is a bit rare. It’s another type of windflower or anenome. Enjoy the bright blue petals contrasting with the complementary dark blue disk. Watch this one spin all day long and like the effect of its namesake, become mesmerized, relaxed and find your Zen place. It might also be addictive.

Windflowers are kinetic garden windmills made from recycled bicycle rims and LDPE plastic, plumbing hardware and a sturdy garden stake. Each Windflower resembles a real flower- cosmos, blanket flower, anenome, blue-eyed grass or purple aster. The variety of floral options available let you make your own artistic statement.

Windflowers spin with fade-resistant durability, providing hours of delight and endless entertainment. The beauty of every Windflower kinetic garden sculpture is in its simplicity and almost constant movement. Even when still, your Windflower will be a vibrant focal point in your Zen garden oasis or yard. You and your friends will agree, this is no ordinary garden windmill.

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Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 30 x 30 x 72 in


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James Shulkin

Fishmonger Studio (wall sculptures)
Windworker Studio (kinetic garden sculptures)

Since I was a kid, I’ve been fascinated by fish- fish I caught with my Dad, fish in our fish tanks and now, fish in my backyard pond. I love that fish come in all kinds of colors and shapes- seemingly endless in their variety. There’s so many interpretations that can be made and are still to be found. This variety is a treasure trove for me as an artist and that’s why I started Fishmonger Studio. To make my fish, I use a multi-media approach- wood, paper, fabric, metal and glass beads.

I also created Windworker Studio. That’s where I make kinetic garden sculptures from plumbing pipe, vinyl siding, upcycled bike rims and LDPE plastic. The sculptures are called Windflowers, and they spin endlessly in even the slightest breeze. Like the perennials they mimic, they are winter-hardy and require little maintenance. I hope you find them to be whimsical and beautiful.