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101. Oregon Fallen Firefighters' Memorial Oregon Fallen Firefighters' Memorial

102. page 8 page 8

103. Eco-Baroque: Universal Variance Eco-Baroque: Universal Variance

104. Report Card-Anne Series Report Card-Anne Series

105. The Three Graces The Three Graces An interactive campus map of the University of Oregon may be viewed at: http://map.uoregon.edu/

106. page 2 page 2

107. page 1 page 1

108. 1990 Powell exhibtion list 1990 Powell exhibtion list

109. Vitae Mensae Vitae Mensae The Center for Research of Occupational and Environmental Technology is represented by the acronym "CROET."

For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

110. 1995 Hiratsuka technical statement 1995 Hiratsuka technical statement

111. page 6 page 6

112. page 1 page 1

113. New Horizons New Horizons An interactive campus map of the University of Oregon may be viewed at: http://map.uoregon.edu/

114. Held Over Held Over A campus map for Portland State University may be accessed at http://www.pdx.edu/media/c/a/campus_map.pdf

115. 1987 Kirkland exhibition list 1987 Kirkland exhibition list

116. page 2 page 2

117. One Ring Circus One Ring Circus

118. Echo Column Echo Column To view a map of the artwork location in context to Oregon State University, see http://oregonstate.edu/cw_tools/campusmap/locations.php

119. That Sinking Feeling That Sinking Feeling This artwork was awarded in 1989 to Western Oregon State College (WOSC). WOSC became Western Oregon University in 1997.
For a map of the campus, see http://www.wou.edu/wou/maps/

120. view 14 view 14 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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