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<strong>"Thornton Creek" by Stephen Glassman</strong><br /><br /> This steel sculpture literally serves to revive Thornton Creek, lost to urbanization. The reclaimed pipes were peeled open and now convey water from the rooftop of Fire Station 39 to an und

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Originally appeared in Hot Houses
on September 27, 2011
&lt;strong&gt;&quot;Thornton Creek&quot; by Stephen Glassman&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
This steel sculpture literally serves to revive Thornton Creek, lost to urbanization. The reclaimed pipes were peeled open and now convey water from the rooftop of Fire Station 39 to an und
"Thornton Creek" by Stephen Glassman This steel sculpture literally serves to revive Thornton Creek, lost to urbanization. The reclaimed pipes were peeled open and now convey water from the rooftop of Fire Station 39 to an underground cistern, watering switch grass within the sculpture along the way, a literal throwback to the area’s past. The arms “float,” giving an organic quality to a rugged piece. Photo by Stephen Glassman

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