April 9, 2013
OES students paint pieces of what will be a 16-foot swirling mobile. Last week, more than 300 Oakton Elementary students worked with artist Kevin Reese, a sculptor-in-residence, to design and build a high-flying, swirling mobile unveiled during a dedication ceremony at the school on Friday, April 5.
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The kinetic sculpture—16-feet-tall, with bright blue and green swirling arrows—looks like a classic Alexander Calder mobile on exhibit at the National Gallery of Art.