Metalmorphosis, in Charlotte, is a modern art piece by artist David Cerny featuring a huge head in the center of a circular fountain. The polished steel surface acts as a mirror reflecting North Carolina’s blue sky and clouds.
A photographer captures the image of the Metalmorphosis in transition as a plane flies overhead in Charlotte, North Carolina
Metalmorphosis, by Czech artist David Černýa, is a mirrored sculpture housed in the Whitehall Technology Park in Charlotte, North Carolina. The creation consists of nearly 40 steel pieces grouped into 7 segments which independently rotate 360 degrees. When the segments are aligned, the sculpture appears to be a giant, silver head with all of the usual fixtures in their regular places.
Reflections off church windows in Charlotte, North Carolina
Sculpted stacks of Goliath-size books, with titles such as Don Quixote and Withering Heights, flank the entrance to a small downtown park in Charlotte, North Carolina.
One Wells Fargo Center is a skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is the headquarters for Wells Fargo’s east coast division. At 588 feet tall and 42 stories, it is the fourth tallest building in Charlotte.
Interesting reflections on arched windows of an old church in Charlotte, North Carolina