Peter Lundberg, 2005
This nine-ton sculpture by Peter Lundberg takes its name from a Rumi poem.
Lundberg is known for his monumental concrete and steel sculptures and for his leadership in bringing sculpture to the public. His initiative and energy have resulted in the establishment of several new sculpture parks.
Lundberg says, “I think of my sculptures as a view into my unconscious mind, a landscape of very primitive things, rudimentary elements of life, nature, science, spirituality and passion.”
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