Photographer Sandy Sorlien's Rescue H20 project. Photo via The Awesome Foundation, Philadelphia.
Photographer Sandy Sorlien is building a 5-foot water molecule made of all sorts of balls that she found on the Schuylkill River.
Philadelphia’s Awesome Foundation is helping make it happen. The local chapter of a national microgrant organization gave Sorlien $1,000 for her project, dubbed Rescue H20. It’ll be on display during Art in the Open in May.-30-
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