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Along These Lines

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Along These Lines
ArtistAnne Storrs
Year2015 (2015)
TypeSculpture, paving medallion
MediumStainless steel
LocationPortland, Oregon, United States

Along These Lines is an outdoor 2015 stainless steel sculpture and paving medallion by Anne Storrs, installed at the Rhine–Lafayette Pedestrian Overpass landings at the MAX Orange Line's Southeast 17th Avenue and Rhine Street MAX Station in southeast Portland, Oregon's Brooklyn neighborhood, in the United States.

According to TriMet, the pieces were inspired by the "similarity of trees and root systems to the branching pattern of train tracks". The stainless steel rings that circle around both pieces display poetry by Cleveland High School student Monica Arnone and Paulann Petersen, Oregon Poet Laureate Emerita.[1]

See also


  1. ^ "Public Art on MAX Orange Line". TriMet. Retrieved November 25, 2015.

This page was last edited on 1 August 2019, at 16:39
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