*the below proposal is fictional*

This plaster sculpture is a smaller rendering of a proposed sculpture that would be perfect outside the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Canada. I think that this would be a great addition to the outside of this foundation because of how it looks and how it could represent the name of this foundation. One half of this proposed sculpture is a spiral; formed with organic, curvy, and smooth lines which could be an abstract way to represent a heart. The other half of this sculpture is more sturdy, solid, and geometric which could be an abstract way to represent the stroke in the name. The logo for the Heart and Stroke Foundation is formed with a heart next to the symbol of a stroke, which one could compare to the proposed sculpture. This logo is formed by representing the name literally, composing of an organic and geometric symbol to do so. This sculpture is also combining organic and geometric forms, which balances the logo.

If agreed upon, this sculpture could be constructed out of painted red metal to match the red of the logo for the foundation. This sculpture could be placed outside one of the locations for the Heart and Stroke Foundation, or it could be placed at all of them to become an abstract art way of representing the logo and foundation all together.

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