"Spinerette" represents many things in nature, from the spiraling Golden Ratio, to actual fluid dynamics. It is imagined to be the displacement left by a splash of water. This is the medium size. The largest version was originally made hollow with an aperture on top and so it becomes a passive fountain from the rain collected off a butterfly roof. Even the base cleverly suggests ripples spiraling and intersecting in water.
Steve Reinmuth is a sculptor from Oregon who specializes in whimsically realistic bronzes, as well as kinetic sound sculptures. From within his foundry, Steve conceptualizes, designs, builds, casts and patinas his work with the utmost quality of work in mind. To see more of Steve Reinmuth's work, click here.