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This sculpture was included in the White River State Park’s triennial sculpture rotation. It is part of a series of sculptures by the artist inspired by the famous Forth Bridge, a feat of design and engineering spanning the Firth of Forth near Edinburgh, Scotland. The Forth Bridge is the second-longest single-cantilevered bridge in the world.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1953, artist Barry Hehemann received a BFA in sculpture from the Herron School of Art, Indiana University-Purdue
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