Olas de Viento (Wind Waves)

Yvonne Domenge, Mexico


Much of the work of Mexican sculptor Yvonne Domenge references nature, architecture and a fascination with geometry. This intense red circular sculpture provides the viewer with an elegant decorative form full of seamless curves and movement. The circular form is rhythmic and undulating, creating the sense of a waving motion within a contained form. Olas de Viento (Wind Waves) was installed in Garry Point Park in the historic community of Steveston, British Columbia, as part of the 2009-2011 Vancouver Biennale open-air exhibition.

Media : Painted bronze


Education Program Materials

About Artist and Artwork (PDF)

Curriculum Unit Plan