A handful of Seattle parks now have a new attraction to interest and inspire visitors (as soon as the wildfire smoke clears up). Temporary public art installations have been placed in Dr. Blanch Lavizzo Park, Judkins Park, Pratt Park and Salmon Bay Park thanks to a joint effort between Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs.
The series is titled “Emerging Together” and features works by artists selected through the Arts in Parks program. In addition to the five art installations listed below, two more will be installed in the coming month. The art pieces below, which were each installed at different times in August, will be in place for about 45 days.