Winter Park unveils new ‘Rhythmic Colors’ art installation

WINTER PARK, Fla. — Drivers going through Winter Park might notice a new piece of art.

The city unveiled the “Rhythmic Colors” sculpture on Friday.

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It is located near eastbound Interstate 4 and the Fairbanks curve.

Winter Park started this project after receiving a $150,000 art grant two years ago.

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A dozen artists submitted their ideas, but the sculpture from RLF came out on top.

“I wanted to show a way to say that this is Winter Park without using some of the cliches items of, you know, peacocks,” said project designer Steven Purcell.

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The project looks different depending on the angle.

It almost looks like a DNA double helix if you’re looking from above.

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