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Location: Fullerton



Jene Highstein, 1994

This concrete, wood and metal mesh sculpture is located at the Newquist Sculpture Court at the Visual Art Center. It was a gift of Thomas W. Knaup.

Flame was originally created to emerge from the concrete entryway leading into Richard and Louise Newquist’s home. Like many of Jene Highstein’s three-dimensional pieces, it is based on a simplified shape of relaxed geometry that looks and feels somewhat organic and handmade. The artist has sculpted granite in some

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Medium type: Concrete; Metal Mesh; Wood

Date created: 1994

Dimensions: 85" x 48" x 48"


800 North State College Boulevard, Fullerton, CA, 92831


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