$50,000 sculpture moved across backyards with a forklift

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Our News Partner, The Seattle Times, recently published a large photo showing the movement of a large wood sculpture toward Kruckeberg Botanical Gardens, where it was installed.

The wood sculpture is called Wood Wave and can be seen here.

"Wood Wave is the largest donation of art in the history of Shoreline, both in terms of size and value ($50,000)."
Photo courtesy Kruckeberg BG
It took a flatbed truck, a fork lift, lots of plywood, and the full cooperation of the neighbors, but the piece was successfully moved and installed.

Photo courtesy Kruckeberg BG

No harm came to houses, people, sculpture, or equipment.


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