Public Art in Seattle

Lee Kelly, model for “Untitled” at Louisa Boren Park, 1975, welded steel, 27"x24". Photo courtesy of the artist.

The exhibition Public Art in Seattle at City Hall offers an overview of the city’s public art program with photos, drawings, proposals and maquettes for more than 60 permanent artworks located throughout the city. Also on display are materials used in artwork conservation.

On view at City Hall through March 2, the show highlights artworks from the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs’ 40th anniversary exhibition “Seattle as Collector: Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs Turns 40,” which was featured at the Seattle Art Museum last year from May through October.

Public Art in Seattle is on view in the City Hall Lobby Gallery and Anne Focke Gallery (located on the L-2 level of City Hall). Gallery hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call (206) 684-7171 or visit.

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