Morrie Alexander’s The Raven and the Salmon Lady

  This legend pole, carved from cedar, stands in front of the John Stanford Center at the corner of South Lander Street and 3rd Avenue South. It was a gift from the Lummi master carver, Morrie Alexander (1915—1973). The story of The Raven and the Salmon Lady. Near your home is there art which tells…

Peter Reiquam’s Nine Lives: Fremont Firestation

The icon of the Eveready (TM) battery inspired this 2013 sculpture. It suggests that the firefighters are ever ready. “Each of my projects is a unique response to the landscape, architecture and culture of its site. My goal is to create beautiful, thought-provoking artworks of the highest level of craftsmanship, of materials that require little,…

Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo: Re-Stack

  Re-Stack “is both a memory of a building that once existed and a fragment of a building from the future,” according to the sculpture’s label (by Vulcan Real Estate which commissioned the work). The 2015 piece is made from stainless steel. It stands at the corner of Thomas Street and 9th Avenue North. The…

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…

Stacey Sterling Murals

Stacey Sterling has a booth, BASILIC, at Pike Place Market where she sells hand-painted textiles and other art. Two of her murals decorate West Seattle sights. The triptych (left) brightens an exterior wall of a portable classroom at Alki Elementary. The red, blue, and green scene is inside Blue Moon Burgers. From her website: Stacey Sterling “My…