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Auburn 2017: Origami #2 - Fuchsia

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Hidden : 09/25/2017
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This cache is part of the Auburn Geocaching Adventure 2017. If you are participating in the Adventure, be sure to record each cache's code word in your series passport to verify your visit.

Origami #2 – Fuchsia, 2014
Artist: Kenneth Hall
“Art is an endless thing…it’s a delightful struggle to keep up. I go to my studio. I do art. It’s my song. Sometimes I compose, sometimes I just sing. It’s personal; an inquiry; an exploration – it’s life.”

Folded, bent, and welded steel, powder coat
126 in. h x 72 in. w x 72 in. d

Inspired by small paper origami flowers that sat upon his desk, Ken Hall's Origami Fuchsia #2 created folded steel flower forms that soar gracefully above gently arcing stems of steel. Powder coated in a bright purple, the steel flowers pop with interest from the patina surface of the steel forms upon which they sit.
Artist Ken Hall, aims to delight and create artwork with energy, balance and unity in a form where everything belongs and nothing is missing.

2017 is the third Geocaching Adventure in the City of Auburn, Washington. Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation,, and the WSGA are hosting the Auburn Geocaching Adventure 2017 - 20 caches placed in Auburn. The geocaches highlight some of the specific works of art, some parks, and some areas of general interest in Auburn. We hope you enjoy visiting the Auburn area, learning about its public art.

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