Public Art in Seattle

Michael Halady Carved Pole, Admiral Viewpoint

This spring I’ll share photos of Seattle public art, its location, and related links.

This contemporary carved pole stands at the Admiral Viewpoint in West Seattle. Artist Michael Halady tells the story of the welcome to Europeans extended by the Native Seattle dwellers.

If I don’t say otherwise, all photos are mine.

http://www.loghousemuseum.info/videos/the-inside-story-of-the-admiral-totem-pole/embed/#?secret=0rB8urvOcY

http://www.beautifulwashington.com/king-county/parks/seattle/west-seattle/98-belvedere-viewpoint-park.html

IF YOU CANNOT VISIT THIS CARVED POLE IN SEATTLE, FIND A PUBLIC ART WORK TRADITIONAL TO YOUR HOME. WHAT IS THE WORK? WHO MADE IT? WHAT IS IT MADE FROM?

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