B.F.DAY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MURALS: B.F.DAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

On Freemont Avenue North passers-by may see many tile mosaic murals decorating the retaining walls at the corner of the B.F.Day Elementary School property. The murals are a tradition at the school. Graduating students have added a new one each year since 1995. An article about the murals and the art teacher behind them, Tamara…

Walking Fingers by Ellen Forney: Capitol Hill Light Rail Station

Ellen Forney is a Seattle artist. She teaches at Cornish College of the Arts. This mural at the Sound Transit Capitol Hill Link Light Rail Station is made from porcelain panels on a steel framework. From the artist’s website: Walking Fingers Sound Transit Capitol Hill Link Light Rail Station Seattle, Washington 2015 Crossed Pinkies and Walking…

Travelling With Out Movement, mural by Hebru Brantley

Some public art is temporary. Find “Travelling With Out Movement” between 3rd and 4th Avenues on James Street on the temporary fence around the construction site for the Civic Square. Hebru Brantley often creates optimistic murals featuring brave children. The Tuskegee Airmen inspired Brantley’s Fly Boy and Fly Girl characters. If you are not in Seattle, visit a construction…