In 1999 Elena Paroucheva created her concept for pylons - sculptures «high voltage sculptures", published since 2001. She creates a new movement in art called "Electric art". Elena’s drawings, models, sculptures and installations for electricity pylons, wind masts and telecom towers are the first in the world solutions for the integration of energy networks with sculptures - towers.
New forms: The pylons sculptures, based on lattice pylons construction have new forms: humanoids, beautiful ladies, birds, animals and insects, but also flowers and trees, letters and numbers, abstract forms… still studied for the country and the region of its location . For example, a "Menina" for Spain, a "Tulip" for Holland, "Sabres of the Vikings" for Norway, ” masks” for Peru, a fashion show pylons in France ... The sculptures towers are static or moving, walking, dancing pylons. For a coherent line transmission, the concept is to have similar shapes in a row on the theme chosen depending on its implementation.
Technique: The construction of the towers is in the module sculptures existing towers - towers lattice. After studying mechanical and electrical checks one weather resistance and modeling, new towers can be manufactured by any company metal constructions.
Environmental impact: The new tower design is an innovative solution for the visual impact of power lines, wind farms, mobile phone masts, an example of sustainable development and environmental policy and energy networks. The towers are transformed into works of art, heritage cultural heritage become industrial.
This is the case of "Source" created by Elena Paroucheva a unique work of art in the world that has transformed four high tension pylons into beautiful illuminated. Located in Amneville les Thermes, France, a spa and tourist center visited by five million tourists a year, "Source» has become The Eiffel Tower for Amneville. During the European Heritage Days, tours for visitors are organized to discover the pylons in dresses, a unique work in the world. "Source" is renewable energy sculpture: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renewable_energy_sculpture.