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Steel sculpture rises in Railyard Park

Don Redman's sculpture "Shadow Light Lens" is the latest installation in Santa Fe's Railyard Park. (Jackie Jadrnak/Journal)

Don Redman’s sculpture “Shadow Light Lens” is the latest installation in Santa Fe’s Railyard Park. (Jackie Jadrnak/Journal)

 

After a green coyote and a blue gorilla, sculpture in Railyard Park has gone more abstract.

“Shadow Light Lens” by Santa Fe artist Don Redman is the latest installation in the green circle surrounded by picnic benches. Redman is quoted by the Railyard folks as saying he “explores the laws of nature to create sculptures to serve as a powerful connection to and symbol of the spirit of community…”

Like any good sculpture, Don Redman's "Shadow Light Lens" presents a different forms from various angles. (Jackie Jadrnak/Journal)

Like any good sculpture, Don Redman’s “Shadow Light Lens” presents a different forms from various angles. (Jackie Jadrnak/Journal)

Well, a good place to have his work displayed, then, since Santa Feans and visitors head to the park periodically for various events or just to enjoy the gardens and peace of nature.

The pieces, made out of marine-grade stainless steel, create a varying pattern of shadows as the sun moves through the sky (or as the Earth rotates, but that doesn’t sound as poetic).

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