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  • Tiny pieces of cedar create 'Middle Fork'

    Walk along the 105-foot length of John Grade's "Middle Fork," a sculpture modeled on a real tree and made of a million tiny cedar pieces. "Middle Fork" is now hanging in Seattle Art Museum.

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Walk along the 105-foot length of John Grade's "Middle Fork," a sculpture modeled on a real tree and made of a million tiny cedar pieces. "Middle Fork" is now hanging in Seattle Art Museum.
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