Did you get to see the hanging fiber glass sculpture on The Beltline yet?
 It's actually a piece from my good friend and our yoga student Chris Moulder.
 The sculpture is right in front of Kevin Rathbun's restaurant. Kevin actually helped us hang the cloud.
 It wasn't an easy project to hang.
 I went to help, but I ended up taking pictures. I'm also afraid of heights. Not really but it got me out of working ;)
 This is the second piece Chris has done in this medium.
 This is a technique that takes hours and hours of weaving before the form begins to emerge. 
 "The work of art is an exercise in extreme patience, with a result that is beautiful and rewarding" - Chris Moulder    So true for yoga too.
 You think this guy is looking for the studio? Ponce Place! Not Ponce Ave!!! 
 Chris also did a sculpture for the Arrivals Hall in Concourse F at the Hartsfield-Jackson International airport.
 It's called Mammatus based on the formation of mammatocumulus clouds. That's a mouthful. Try to say it fast 10x.
 I took this picture exiting the terminal when I came back from Chris and Mary's wedding in Australia.
 I was Chris' Best Man! Ha! 
 He's got great concentration during Standing Bow too.
 You can appreciate how much time and concentration it would take to complete this.  
 Check out more of his amazing work on his web site:  http://www.christophermoulder.com    
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