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Jupiter’s moon Elara was discovered in 1905 by Charles Dillon Perrine. An irregular satellite with constantly changing orbital elements, Elara belongs to the Himalia group, a group of five moons orbiting between 11 and 13 million kilometers from Jupiter. My sculpture Elara reflects this irregular orbit curving around and through the piece. The original, I carved from Colorado Alabaster.
Jupiter’s moon Elara was discovered in 1905 by Charles Dillon Perrine. An irregular satellite with constantly changing orbital elements, Elara belongs to the Himalia group, a group of five moons orbiting between 11 and 13 million kilometers from Jupiter. My sculpture Elara reflects this irregular orbit curving around and through the piece. The original, I carved from Colorado Alabaster.
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ELARA - 'Moon of Jupiter' Sculpture

T Barny

United States

Sculpture, Bronze on Bronze

Size: 11 W x 17 H x 5 D in

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Jupiter’s moon Elara was discovered in 1905 by Charles Dillon Perrine. An irregular satellite with constantly changing orbital elements, Elara belongs to the Himalia group, a group of five moons orbiting between 11 and 13 million kilometers from Jupiter. My sculpture Elara reflects this irregular orbit curving around and through the piece. The original, I carved from Colorado Alabaster.

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Sculpture:Bronze on Bronze

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Size:11 W x 17 H x 5 D in

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A native Californian, T Barny has spent his life in a love affair with stone. He studied art, sculpture, and design at Choate, Denison, and Brown. He received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. T Barny has carved 205 individual types of stone, personally sourced from 43 countries spanning all continents except Antarctica. Abstraction is his fascination and power tools are his forte. T Barny is known for his stone mobius "Celtic Knots" and curvilinear shapes, and also works in wood, bronze, steel, water, and ice. His exhibitions and awards span decades, and his pieces hold prestigious placement in collections internationally.

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