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Once entering the top of the valley, the path forked again and offered a walk to the right toward the PACCAR Pavilion or steps straight ahead to Richard Serra's <i>Wake</i> installation. I first turned right, captivated by Beverly Pepper's sculpture title

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Originally appeared in Olympic Sculpture Park
on November 1, 2010
Once entering the top of the valley, the path forked again and offered a walk to the right toward the PACCAR Pavilion or steps straight ahead to Richard Serra&#039;s &lt;i&gt;Wake&lt;/i&gt; installation. I first turned right, captivated by Beverly Pepper&#039;s sculpture title
Once entering the top of the valley, the path forked again and offered a walk to the right toward the PACCAR Pavilion or steps straight ahead to Richard Serra's Wake installation. I first turned right, captivated by Beverly Pepper's sculpture titled Perre's Ventaglio III and made of stainless steel and enamel in 1967. Here you can see the pavilion in the background.

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