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Olympic Sculpture Park, Wake by Richard Serra, Seattle, WA
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It’s a rare cloudless day in June at the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle. This 300 ton sculpture, ‘Wake’ by Richard Serra resembles waves and hulls cruising through space. Its immensity and power are best experienced by getting up close.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Загружена: 15/06/2012
Обновлено: 03/07/2014
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Tags: olympic sculpture park; wake; richard serra; seattle; washington; sculpture; art
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