This sculpture depicts a young athlete springing to life, commemorating Rhythmic Gymnastics as a new event in the 1984 Olympics. Artist Natalie Krol formed “Kim” through a challenging process called copper repousee, done by hammering copper into a plaster form, similar to the way the Statue of Liberty was created.
The beautiful 10 1/2′ tall sculpture is a visual hymn to the pursuit of physical, as well as mental, excellence. The graceful figure appears to be
Medium type: Copper
Dimensions: 11' x 5' x 9'