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Echo 11 IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT SCULPTURE IN THE PROJECT 11UP SERIES AND IS THE ONLY ANCHOR/TIEBACK PIECE OF THE SLURRY WALL AT GROUND ZERO THAT WAS SAVED AS A GRASSROOTS EFFORT FOR PROJECT 11UP AND BROUGHT UP AND OUT OF THE GROUND.   Echo 11 IS NOW A HISTORICAL PIECE OF THE 9/11 ARTWORK SCULPTURES.  SINCE DEVELOPING PROJECT 11UP IN DECEMBER OF 2010, SANDRA PRIEST, IS HONORED TO BE THE ONLY ARTIST CREATING THIS BODY OF WORK TO BRING A SENSE OF HOPE AND A REBUILDING OF OUR NATION TO ALL.

 

Artist:  Sandra Priest, sculptor, muralist and canvas works
Medium:  45 year old cured concrete from the slurry wall from Ground Zero and 9/11 in New York City, consisting of aggregate stones, steel rebar and different metal embellishments.
Size:  approximately 60 x 60 x 48 inches high weighing in at about 9.000 lbs. and 14,000 psi density
Distinguishing Features:
The most distinguishing feature of the Echo11 sculpture is the Anchor/tieback that is still attached to the concrete.  This is the only one of its kind that has been brought up and out of the ground to be made in sculpture form.  This sculpture also has beautiful striations similar to rings on a tree from the diamond-studded wire saws that were used by the construction workers as they were cut out to make room for the new subway PATH station hub to bring people back into the new World Trade Center Area.  There are various markings of rust cascading down onto the sides from years of being exposed to weather and rain.  Bentonite slurry and large aggregate stone concrete make up the two different types of concrete, along with rebar and other steel.

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