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1. Sketch Book of Change Sketch Book of Change

2. Untitled (Russell) Untitled (Russell) Fairview was established by the legislature in 1907 as the State Institution for the Feeble-Minded. The institution was situated on a 670-acre plot southwest of Salem and construction had proceeded to the point that the first residents were transferred from the Oregon State Hospital in December, 1908, to a compound consisting of an administration building, a dormitory building, a laundry and a boiler house. In 1935, the facility's name was changed to Oregon Fairview Home. In 1965, the facility was renamed again as Fairview Hospital and Training Center. And during 1979, the facility made its final name change from Fairview Hospital and Training Center to Fairview Training Center. In 2000, the facility was closed. Some or all of the remaining property, including some of the buildings, was sold in 2004 to a developer group.

3. Untitled (Russell) Untitled (Russell) Fairview was established by the legislature in 1907 as the State Institution for the Feeble-Minded. The institution was situated on a 670-acre plot southwest of Salem and construction had proceeded to the point that the first residents were transferred from the Oregon State Hospital in December, 1908, to a compound consisting of an administration building, a dormitory building, a laundry and a boiler house. In 1935, the facility's name was changed to Oregon Fairview Home. In 1965, the facility was renamed again as Fairview Hospital and Training Center. And during 1979, the facility made its final name change from Fairview Hospital and Training Center to Fairview Training Center. In 2000, the facility was closed. Some or all of the remaining property, including some of the buildings, was sold in 2004 to a developer group.

4. Untitled (Russell) Untitled (Russell) Fairview was established by the legislature in 1907 as the State Institution for the Feeble-Minded. The institution was situated on a 670-acre plot southwest of Salem and construction had proceeded to the point that the first residents were transferred from the Oregon State Hospital in December, 1908, to a compound consisting of an administration building, a dormitory building, a laundry and a boiler house. In 1935, the facility's name was changed to Oregon Fairview Home. In 1965, the facility was renamed again as Fairview Hospital and Training Center. And during 1979, the facility made its final name change from Fairview Hospital and Training Center to Fairview Training Center. In 2000, the facility was closed. Some or all of the remaining property, including some of the buildings, was sold in 2004 to a developer group.

5. Cornucopia Cornucopia

6. Cornucopia (detail, no.1) Cornucopia (detail, no.1)

7. Cornucopia (detail, no.2) Cornucopia (detail, no.2)

8. Cornucopia (detail, no.3) Cornucopia (detail, no.3)

9. Cornucopia (detail, no.4) Cornucopia (detail, no.4)

10. Cornucopia (detail, no.5) Cornucopia (detail, no.5)

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13. Untitled (Kimball) Untitled (Kimball)

14. view 9 view 9 The 1 1/4 ton sculpture on which Tom Morandi worked for nearly a year in his studio in Lowell, Oregon was cast from bronze, using the resin sand process. Of the problems inherent in creating a relief sculpture for an area such as the State Street entrance facade, Morandi said, "Put simply, sculpture in its truest form is the control of space. Standard relief sculpture with its elimination of all but one side makes this extremely difficult. The solution it seems , lies in developing forms that rely on the specific contours of the site rather than ignoring or attempting to make them."

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17. Portrait of Ansel Adams Portrait of Ansel Adams

18. view 10 view 10 The 1 1/4 ton sculpture on which Tom Morandi worked for nearly a year in his studio in Lowell, Oregon was cast from bronze, using the resin sand process. Of the problems inherent in creating a relief sculpture for an area such as the State Street entrance facade, Morandi said, "Put simply, sculpture in its truest form is the control of space. Standard relief sculpture with its elimination of all but one side makes this extremely difficult. The solution it seems , lies in developing forms that rely on the specific contours of the site rather than ignoring or attempting to make them."

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