“Miraré” by Stu Schecther
In “Miraré”, two airplanes become visible when the sculpture is viewed from different angles. The lead plane is ghost like – a rabble of butterflies native to Nevada. The second plane is solid – a rabble of butterflies displaying tail colors from aircraft at McCarran International Airport. The artwork is fabricated from almost 3000 small butterfly sculptures suspended by almost 2400 fine stainless steel wires.
McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, Nevada