Seattle Center Poetry Garden Art

The Seattle Center is hosting a Temporary Art Installation from now until January of 2017.  Four artists were invited to participate in the Seattle Center Poetry Garden Art Series.

The initiative began in 2014 with temporary installations installed during Winterfest.  The program expanded in 2015 with the Sculpture Walk put in.  Now four artists will be featured with poetry readings done by Porchlit to complement each installation.

The artists featured will be Elizabeth Gahan from now until May 2; Naoko Morisawa from May 9 to August 1; Natalie Ball from August 8 to October 31; and Tara Tamaribuchi from November 6 to January 31.  Elizabeth’s work now on display uses synthetic, commercial advertising materials to create abstract pieces inspired by flowers.  Hanging on the Poetry Garden fence, the pop of color connects the natural beauty with the urban feel of the city.

For more information on the artists and their work, visit http://seattlecenter.com/art/.