Yet another strange offering on my doorstep.
Lacoste? Naked coffee? Style on skin? WTF?
Meanwhile, from inside the studio, a new small painting:
Love the cranes and old water towers. I have seen pictures of an apartment in New York that had converted a tower into a living space.
The latest offering at my doorstep.
Detail to detail.
I live on Capitol Hill/First Hill in Seattle so it’s easy to walk almost anywhere. My studio is in the International District, about a 30 minute journey. Here are a few highlights along the way.
One entrance into the park.
It is a very well maintained park, though still a bit creepy at night. For an urban dweller, it is a wonderful respite from dodging cars.
The downtown library. An amazing building and an such a great resource.
The King County Administration Building otherwise known as the Honeycomb Hideout. This view looks up to the skybridge that connects to both the county courthouse and the county jail. I enjoy it but many think it’s the ugliest building in Seattle.
Michael Spafford’s Tumbling Figures – Five Stages at the King County Parking Facility at 5th & Jefferson. I love this piece of public art. This was relocated from the Kingdome where it resided for nearly 20 years! More info here.
Seahawks fans getting ready for the game this past Sunday.
Final destination. Hmm, egg salad. This is better than many of the presents left on my doorstep.
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