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New Public Art Unveiling in Walnut Creek - Pard Morrison: Estimated Prophet

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The patinated aluminum sculpture at the front of 1954 Trinity Avenue in downtown Walnut Creek complements the modern architecture of the new 12-unit Lenox Homes condominium building. Inspired by cathartic and dynamic responses to color and how particular combinations lead to elation, artist Pard Morrison colors the aluminum forms of his sculptures in an enameling process he calls patination.

The smooth surfaces of these works belie the brushstrokes that are visible throughout his elaborate arrangement of color. A collection of the internationally acclaimed artist's works are currently on view at the Brian Gross Fine Art gallery in San Francisco. The exhibit, Pard Morrison: BLOOM, is open to the public and on view through July 19, 2021.

 Referred to as Three by Lenox, the sprawling single-level residences bring a new style of urban living downtown. Priced from $1.288 million, the chic luxury condos are within walking distance to world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment at the Lesher Center for the Arts. THREE's sublime location is amplified by its maintenance-free lock and go lifestyle. 

Featuring two bed, two bath floor plans equipped with designer-selected finishes, appliances, and large private terraces with views of Mt. Diablo, the best surprises are on the rooftop. There, an expansive SkyDeck offers an outdoor oasis for residences to lounge with a glass of wine while watching the sunset. Models are now open for private tours. Contact us to schedule an appointment. 

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