Lipski has set up public arts everywhere the country, each a reflection of the site and the people who infiltrate it.
Psyche (the butterfly) is inactive in the “knuckle” domain joining the old with the new building up. To the old Greeks, Psyche not alone meant butterfly but as well soul, exalting the link between the organic and the advanced ambitions of the heart. Through Donald Lipski’s explore he identified that the butterfly was also a significant symbol to other cultures, intending rejuvenation, rebirth, and love. Approximately ten thousand test tubes filled with pigmented acrylic, the commonest and familiar tools of science, suggest the individual cells of the extensions. The work is large, approximately one hundred forty-five’’ across and ten’’ high, inactive to slowly draw in the currents of the HVAC. The “veins” of the wings are fancied out of brand and the domain intermediate is elongated with stainless steel mesh from which the test tubes are suspended. Donald created a butterfly built from steel and ten thousand resin filled glass test tubes, by the avid Denver artist, John McEnroe.
Psyche (the butterfly), 2010 . Artworks: Sculpture. Retrieved from: