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We Too Were Once Strangers

Location: Santa Ana
We Too Were Once Strangers


We to Were Once Strangers

Richard Turner, 2015

This design by artist Richard Turner celebrates the contributions of the Japanese-American farmers while referencing their Japanese heritage. The work consists of a 7’ bronze sculpture of a bunch of celery treated with a dark patina with green overtones (not shown on model) and an antique millstone atop a concrete plinth paved with hand-picked stones. The idea of an oversize bunch of celery (one of the biggest mainstays of the Orange County

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Medium type: Bronze

Date created: 2015

Dimensions: 7'