The Trendy Artwork in Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park



When my husband and I went to Seattle this summer season, we stayed in Belltown, a hip neighborhood just a few blocks north of downtown. We had been just a few blocks from the Olympic Sculpture Park, so when the solar got here out in full pressure one afternoon, we walked over to discover it. The trendy artwork received’t enchantment to everybody, however anybody can admire the attractive waterfront views.

Olympic Sculpture Garden

The park opened in 2007 and is free and open year-round. The nine-acre, waterfront house was as soon as an industrial park that now options inexperienced areas and distinctive artistic endeavors. You navigate it via a Z-shaped path. Based on the Seattle Artwork Museum, “Weiss/Manfredi Architects designed a steady and constructed panorama for artwork. Their imaginative and prescient was to move artwork exterior the museum partitions and convey the park right into a panorama of town.”

Olympic Sculpture Garden

Olympic Sculpture Garden
Schubert Sonata, 1992, Mark di Suvero

Olympic Sculpture Garden

Olympic Sculpture Garden
Me in entrance of The Eagle, 1971, Alexander Calder
Olympic Sculpture Garden
Father and Son, 2005, Louise Bourgeois
Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park
Bunyon’s Chess, 1965, Mark di Suvero
Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle
Love & Loss, 2005-2006, Roy McMakin
Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park
Cut up, 2003, Roxy Paine

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