By Ken Molestina

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — A new exhibit at the Dallas Arboretum is getting ready to open for Spring and Summer.

“Wind Sculptures In Motion: The Kinetic Art of Lyman Whitaker” features 122 rotating wind sculptures placed throughout the 66 acres of the arboretum.

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Whitaker is known for his moving sculptures and is happy to display his work in Dallas.

“They are nice because it’s a shape you don’t have to walk around to see it does the walking for you by rotating,” said Whitaker.

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The sculptures were carefully designed to spin using nothing more than the North Texas wind.

“Little 3-year-olds just run out to it…it appeals to all ages,” said Whitaker about the popularity of his art.

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The exhibit opens April 15th and runs through the end of July.