Graphical Waterfall®

Graphical Waterfalls® are computer controlled waterfalls which produce free falling water droplets that are programmed to produce letters, words, phrases and fanciful falling shapes & overlapping ribbons.

Its creator, Stephen Pevnick, is Professor Emeritus of Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Graphical Waterfalls are researched and built in his 21,000 sq. ft. studio west of downtown Milwaukee. Over 150 exhibits of Graphical Waterfalls® have been installed both in the USA and around the world, in destinations including Mexico, London, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Hanover, Geneva, Basel, Amsterdam, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Beijing, Shanghai, Amman, Tel Aviv, Mumbai, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

In the United States, exhibits have been in Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, Orlando, San Diego, Anaheim, Dallas, New Orleans, Denver and Houston. Permanent installations are in Guatemala, Athens (Greece), Montreal, Batavia (NY) and Atlanta.

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Stephen Pevnick

Stephen Pevnick

Stephen Pevnick MFA Born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1944 B.F.A., Southern Illinois University - Carbondale M.F.A., Washington University - St. Louis   Stephen Pevnick is Professor Emeritus of Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. His research is a computer-controlled fountain called the Graphical Waterfall®. The water features are researched and built in his 21,000 sq. ft. Studio west of downtown Milwaukee. Over 150 exhibits of Graphical Waterfalls® have been installed both in the USA and around the world. In the US exhibits have been in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Orlando, San Diego, Tampa and New York. International venues have been in: Mexico, London, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Hanover, Geneva, Basel, Amsterdam, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Beijing, Shanghai, Amman, Tel Aviv, Mumbai, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. In the US exhibits have been in Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, Orlando, San Diego, Anaheim, Dallas, New Orleans, Denver and Houston. Permanent installations are in Guatemala, Athens (Greece), Montreal, Batavia (NY) and Atlanta.