Jet Stream by Bruce Stillman

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Sculptor Bruce Stillman created the kinetic “Jet Stream” in 2000. It stands on the corner of 66th and Lyndale in Richfield, welcoming people to the somewhat hidden Kirchbak Sculpture Garden (a few pieces are highly visible on Lyndale, but the majority are tucked behind a McDonald’s, a bank and an apartment complex).

Like Stillman’s other sculptures, “Jet Stream” is kinetic and moves in the wind, creating a changing experience. It’s kind of fun to see sculpture that isn’t static, sculpture that moves and changes as you observe it.

It also stands kitty-corner from another shiny steel sculpture, Norman Holen’s “The Family.”

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