LYMAN WHITAKER WIND SCULPTURES
Since 1987 Lyman Whitaker has been creating his mesmerizing Wind Sculptures. Buy online, or contact us if you’ve questions: 816.333.3111 / firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll take great care of you. Each copper wind spinner can take winds of 90 MPH. They’re also made in stainless steel. The height listed is the total height of the sculpture once installed in the ground, poles included. Should you choose to purchase, you’ll get a receipt, shipping info, install instructions–and these works are easy to install–as well as guidance on which size to acquire. Don’t settle for inferior imitations that don’t work, and don’t come with a warranty. You deserve an original, beautifully engineered, Whitaker Wind Sculpture. We promise you’ll love it!
“We put a Twister Oval Sub-Huge at the entrance to our vineyard, and everyone loves it. Leopold handled everything expertly, and Paul even sent us a bottle of Pinot.” Chuck and Beth Vessey, Santa Rosa, CA
“We were interested in the Double Dancer, but weren’t sure what size was best for our yard. So we called and this very friendly woman answered, advised us on every aspect, then shipped. It’s perfect!” Jon Schmidt, St. Helena, CA
“We bought a Double Spinner and Beanpole online, received a receipt and follow-up right away, and everything arrived on time. These people are fantastic. Paul even sent us a bottle of Sonoma Syrah.” Anne Henderson, Minneapolis, MN
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Lyman Whitaker Bio
With 33 years as a professional sculptor, Lyman has a vast knowledge of metals, design, and how kinetic works respond to the wind. This, and his love of nature, is the foundation for his unique Wind Sculptures.
Lyman’s sculptures embrace an organic theme, and are soothing to watch whether you are indoors, or outside in your yard. He strives to invoke a mesmerizing impression with each sculpture. Lyman’s goal is to help inspire a stronger bond between mankind and mother earth through his work.
Lyman is world-renowned as a pioneer in kinetic art. Collectors include Philadelphia’s Morris Arboretum, the Dallas Arboretum, Disney World, and private collectors throughout the US, Europe, and Australia.