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High Water

Lake Bonneville was a prehistoric pluvial lake that covered much of North America’s Great Basin region. Christensen’s sculpture is integrated with the park landscape and highlights the rolling topography of the park. The poles range from 29 to 12 feet tall as they curve over the crest of the hill. They all terminate at the same height level creating an implied horizontal line reflecting the lake surface that once covered the entire valley that stretches below the Popperton Park.

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Medium type: Steel

Date created: 2012

Dimensions: N/A

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Day Christensen
Day Christensen


1350 E 11th Ave, Salt Lake City, UT, 84103

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