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Solar-Powered Sun Catcher Sculpture Lights Up The Night in Clearwater, FL
Posted By Matthew Bartlett On January 3, 2012 @ 12:40 pm In Art,Design,Environment,Green Lighting,Solar Power,Urban design | No Comments
A new solar-powered  Sun-Catcher lighting installation recently popped up in Clearwater, FL, where it brightens the night using energy from the sun. Part of the city’s Sculpture360  program, the 15-foot-tall Sun-Catcher was made by Deedee Morrison’s studio . It’s built from recycled aluminum and striking yellow lucite panels. An integrated solar panel captures the sun’s energy during daylight hours and lights up the sculpture — and downtown Clearwater — at night.
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Via AtisSun 
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 solar-powered: http://inhabitat.com/category/solar-power
 Sculpture360: http://www.clearwater-fl.com/gov/depts/parksrec/arts_culture/sculpture360.asp
 Deedee Morrison’s studio: http://www.deedeemorrisonsculpture.com/
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