Did you know that garden spinners are among the simplest forms of kinetic art? Each of our wind spinners, pinwheels, and whirligigs incorporates three-dimensional features designed to capture breezes. As the sculpted feathers, blades, or leaves turn, they provide peaceful, mesmerizing motion to delight the eyes. While many of our spinners offer versatile flamed finishes, others are brightly painted – perfect for accentuating flower beds!
Not all kinetic spinners are the same. Some are quite dainty, while others are tall and truly impressive. Our Happy Gardens wind spinners come in a wide array of colors, shapes, and sizes to suit different tastes and blend into a variety of landscapes, and all are hand-crafted of quality components. Let’s take a closer look at a handful of our most popular kinetic sculptures.
Our Flamed Butterflies Spinner is absolutely exquisite, thanks to five graceful butterflies that swirl in an endless dance. Whether stationary or in motion, this artful piece is a true delight. Rising up from a twisted stake, it is an impressive 66 inches high. The flamed metal finish is subtly iridescent, and when in motion, it catches the light beautifully.
Horizontal circular motions make our Gingko Leaf Spinner a standout. Each of its blades is embellished with wonderfully sculpted gingko leaves, each carefully angled to provide smooth, even rotation. Tall enough to make a striking visual impact, it is versatile enough for a variety of settings.
The 20” Flower Globe Spinner is among our most impressive offerings, with two separate spinners that rotate horizontally, sometimes at different rates. This is a large kinetic spinner, and it makes a stunning focal point whether displayed on its own or as part of a larger presentation.
Whatever the season, spinners make a fantastic addition to your lawn or garden. While our designs take their inspiration from the old-fashioned windmill, there is nothing basic about them! Each style offers unique features, bringing beauty and grace to your landscape. We’d love to hear from you: Which is your favorite?