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The Rise of Icarus

The Rise of Icarus

Gideon Graetz, 1988

Robert McLeod owner of Brentwood-based Lowe Development Corp., had celebrated the grand opening (1988) of its Brea Place development with the dedication of Gideon Graetz’s stainless steel and bronze sculpture “The Rise of Icarus.” It is the second piece by the world-renowned Isreali sculptor in the $220-million, 55-acre development, where more than 25 pieces of art, with an estimated value of $300,00, are on display in halls and lobbies.

“Art in my philosophy, isn’t just something for a museum or a gallery,”Robert MacLeod said. “It’s a part of my life and a part of everyone’s life.”

Sponsored by Brea Corporate Place

Location: Brea

Medium type: Bronze; Stainless Steel

Date created: 1988

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