New public street art installation coming to fancy SoDo apartment complex

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ARTWORK OF PLANNED ORLANDO INSTALLATION VIA DEEDEE MORRISON
  • Artwork of planned Orlando installation via Deedee Morrison
Upscale apartment community NOVEL Lucerne is partnering with renowned installation artist and sculptor, Deedee Morrison, to install "Bloom," a 3D, LED-lighted wall sculpture.

The sculpture, which "comes alive at night," is said to be inspired by Florida’s flora and rich, natural beauty. The mural features laser-cut steel flowers and choreographed lighting, according to a press release.



It will be installed on Oct. 17 and Oct. 18 at the complex, located at 733 Main Lane. There will also be a time lapse video of the installation.
ARTWORK OF PLANNED ORLANDO INSTALLATION VIA DEEDEE MORRISON
  • Artwork of planned Orlando installation via Deedee Morrison
Here's one of Morrison's lighted sculptures at Xavier University in New Orleans, LA:
"SEED POD" SCULPTURE AT XAVIER UNIVERSITY PHOTO VIA DEEDEE MORRISON
  • "Seed Pod" sculpture at Xavier University photo via Deedee Morrison
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