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Artworks listed with PA have been publicly funded through local public art programs.




Costa Mesa 24-foot kinetic steel sculpture  "Four Lines Oblique Gyratory - Square IV" (1973) by George Rickeynorth side of Center Tower, lower level, 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa



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Costa Mesa marble modular sculpture "Fermi" (1975) by David Smith  

interior lobby, Center Club, Center Tower, 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa  
 
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Costa Mesa ceramic 7-medallion sculpture/water fountain "Neptune Water Spouts"(circa 1975) by Betty Davenport Ford  Waterfall Terrace, The Westin South Coast Plaza, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa 



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Costa Mesa  18-foot painted steel sculpture  "Ram" (1977) by Charles O. Perry  Town Center Park, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa  




Costa Mesa 8-foot cast epoxy sculpture "Tour Aux Jambes" (1973; installed 1980) by Jean Dubuffet  interior lobby, Park Tower, Town Center Drive and Bristol Street, Costa Mesa  

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Costa Mesa 12-foot by 8-foot by 8-foot carved granite boulder sculpture "Spirit of the Lima Bean"(1980) by Isamu Noguchi    Noguchi Garden, Anton Boulevard between Park Center Drive and Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa  

 

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Costa Mesa 8-foot by 50-foot 4-panel colored glass and metal windscreen sculpture, with back-lighting  "Sun Ribbon" (circa 1980) by Claire Falkenstein  pedestrian walkway, adjacent to Noguchi Garden, Anton Boulevard between Park Center Drive and Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa  



Costa Mesa 8-foot by 10-foot by 6-foot granite boulder and stainless steel sculpture  "Night Shift" (1981) by Jim Huntington   Town Center Park, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa  


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Costa Mesa  cast bronze sculpture "Oiseau" (1981) by Joan Miró   interior lobby, Center Tower, 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa

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Costa Mesa  4-foot by 7-foot bronze sculpture, 4-foot by 7-foot granite base "Reclining Figure" (1981; installed 1984) by Henry Moore  Orchestra Level Terrace, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa  



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Costa Mesa 8-foot by 6-foot bronze sculpture, 5 3-foot by 2-foot bronze sculptures, fountain and pool "Sun Glitter" (1932; installed 1985) by Carl Milles lower level, The Center Club, Center Tower, 650 Tower Center Drive, Costa Mesa 



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Costa Mesa 10-foot by 6-foot bronze sculpture, fountain and pool "Jonah and the Whale"(1918; installed 1985) by Carl Milles   lower level, The Center Club, Center Tower, 650 Tower Center Drive, Costa Mesa  


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Costa Mesa  60-foot by 120-foot by 100-foot aluminum and steel sculpture "Fire Bird" (1986) by Richard Lippold  second level building facade, Segerstrom Hall, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa



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Costa Mesa 12 10-foot concrete and chromium-plated steel columns, imprinted with Chinese zodiac symbols "Utsurohi 91" (1991) by Aiko Miyawaki plaza, in front of Plaza Tower, 600 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa 


 
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Costa Mesa 64-foot by 20-foot 360-ton steel sculpture "Connector" (2006) by Richard Serra  pedestrian plaza between the Orange County Performing Arts Center and Segerstrom Concert Hall, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa 


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Costa Mesa3 painted steel sculptures  "Spatio Virtuo Teatro" ("The Story Teller," "Upstage/Downstage," and Herald") (2006) by Jason Meadows  
 
plaza, South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa