The Seven Sisters is a collection of interactive fire sculptures inspired by the constellation Pleiades- the 7 sisters. There are myths of these stars from the Ancient Greeks, Native American Kiowa Tribe, the Blackfoot tribes of Alberta and Montana, and more.
To us, the 7 sisters are bright sculptures celebrating myth, science, art, and the vast, and sometimes hidden, role of women within Astronomy and other science fields.
The installation is composed of seven sculptures, some rising from the ground, some hovering 20 feet in the air. Each individual star is a stand-alone sculpture, but their combined effect is dazzling and spellbinding.
Each sculpture includes a unique flame effect. They may be shown together, apart, or in many different combinations.
7 unique star sculptures with a large central liquid fuel star sculpture in the center. 100’x100′ footprint.
Merope: Freshly rebuilt in beautiful stainless steel! Large shadow box star with Sparkle Poof effect!
Asterope: 18′ tall spiky star with a large propane poofer.
Taygeta: 12′ tall ethereal graceful star with fire on each of her 7 points.
Electra: Central spinning star, 100′ rotating flame erupting out of sculpture.
Alcyone: 10’x10’x5′ round star, spinning ball of fire with a liquid propane “comet” shooting through the middle of the ball
Maia: 15’x4’3′ round star, spinning ball of fire above audience members’ heads.
Celano: 15’x4’3′ round star, spinning ball of fire suspended from curved star spine.