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Paul Dorrell, president of the Leopold Gallery, put the finishing touches to "Enliven," a blown glass and stainless steel sculpture in the concourse of the Sprint Center. 285 hand-blown glass plates hang off of cables on the southern end of the arena concourse and Dorrell was adding plates to areas that had gaps in the sculpture. The sculpture, donated by University of Kansas Hospital, was created by glass artists Drew Hine, Jason Forck and Tom Bloyd with Tranin Design Associates and Leopold Gallery designing the installation.

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Paul Dorrell, president of the Leopold Gallery, put the finishing touches to "Enliven," a blown glass and stainless steel sculpture in the concourse of the Sprint Center. 285 hand-blown glass plates hang off of cables on the southern end of the arena concourse and Dorrell was adding plates to areas that had gaps in the sculpture. The sculpture, donated by University of Kansas Hospital, was created by glass artists Drew Hine, Jason Forck and Tom Bloyd with Tranin Design Associates and Leopold Gallery designing the installation.