Milestone Moment

by Kelsey Zalimeni

Today in Sunnyvale, California a very special event will take place, marking an important moment for both the city and artist Carole Feuerman.  Tech powerhouse NetApp is unveiling Carole's monumental 'Double Diver,' a bronze beacon of balance, achievement, and trust dedicated to the city. 

L-  'Double Diver' , 2014- bronze with patina finish; R- Carole Feuerman perfecting the 'Double Diver'

L- 'Double Diver', 2014- bronze with patina finish; R- Carole Feuerman perfecting the 'Double Diver'

  For Sunnyvale, this occasion highlights a flourishing relationship between the community and the thriving NetApp corporation. For Carole, the honor of bestowing such a symbolic and prominent sculpture upon the city is both exhilarating and humbling. The ceremony, set to commence at 2pm Pacific time, is sure to be a glorious milestone for all parties involved. All in the area are encouraged to attend.

FEUERMAN'S MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE INSTALLED BY TECH GIANT NETAP

by  Kelsey Zalimeni

Carole Feuerman's spectacular 'Double Diver' towers high, gleaming in a bronze patina finish.  Finally, this magnificent sculpture will be unveiled for the public on NetApp's grounds in Sunnyvale, California on May 30 at 2pm, Building 9.  This piece is NetApp's gift to the community, recognizing Sunnyvale's relationship with the company and their stalwart collective values.

'Double Diver' , 2014- Bronze with patina finish- on site at NetApp headquarters, Sunnyvale, CA

'Double Diver', 2014- Bronze with patina finish- on site at NetApp headquarters, Sunnyvale, CA

This highly anticipated event is free and open to the public; NetApp encourages all who are able to attend.  Be sure to watch this short video below to see Carole's process with creating the 'Double Diver.'  This behind-the-scenes feature is narrated by Carole as she takes you through the inception and execution of her magnificent masterpiece, step by step.

The 'Double Diver' in Carole's words, seeks to achieve the 'desirable balance between two extremes, symbolizing perseverance, trust and grace.'  This sculpture more than reflects these grand ideals- it embodies them.