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Lyman Whitaker - Stainless Steel Wind Sculptures™


Lyman Whitaker has been a practicing sculptor for over 50 years, with a unique knowledge of materials and their application. The past 30 years have primarily been focused on creating Wind Sculptures™, each of which is produced by hand.

As a master in the kinetic sculpture discipline, Lyman is known round the world. His sculptures are seen in museums, at the seaside, in urban areas, in public venues and back yards - a reflection of their wide appeal.

The Wind Sculptures™ are kinetic art that responds to the changing currents of the wind. Lyman has created sculptures that are innovative, artistic and responsive to their surroundings. Each is hand-produced and has a high degree of mechanical integrity and quality craftsmanship.

His compositions can vary from single, 5 foot (1.5 m) tall pieces to "Wind Forests" consisting of groups of sculptures standing up to 27 foot (8.2 m) tall.



Stainless steel wind sculptures™ by Lyman Whitaker.

Double Helix Horizontal

Starting at $800

Double Helix Sail

Starting at $1150

Double Spinner

Starting at $2250


Starting at $1100




Starting at $1750






Starting at $1300




Starting at $1100


Starting at $1100

Mirinda IV





Starting at $1750


Starting at $1150





Single Helix Oval

Starting at $1000




Starting at $900





Twister Oval

Starting at $2050


Starting at $1400




Starting at $1100

  Copper Wind Sculptures™  



Do you have a large backyard or a perfect outdoor space? If so, a stainless steel wind sculpture™ might be the perfect addition to your landscape. These sculptures are not only beautiful but also provide a fun way to add movement to your outdoor space.

There are many different types of stainless steel wind sculptures™. Some sculptures create rotation while others create static movement. Either way, they're an attractive addition to any garden or yard!

Another benefit of using stainless steel in your wind sculptures is that it is easy to clean. Unlike other metals, stainless steel can be washed with soapy water and then rinsed with water. Afterward, the sculpture can be dried naturally or with a towel.

Stainless steel is an excellent material to use when making wind sculptures. Because stainless steel is an austenitic metal, it has a much higher resistance to corrosion than other metals. As a result, stainless steel wind sculptures™ can last for years if cared for properly. Stainless steel's durability also makes it ideal for outdoor installations. Since stainless steel is not affected by oxygen or sunlight, it will not fade or discolor over time.