The nine-acre park is adjacent to Myrtle Edwards Park and Elliott Bay Park, which our group also enjoyed. The parks are free and open to the public. Here's a sample of what I saw:
|"Split" by Roxy Paine, 2003|
|"The Eagle" by Alexander Calder, 1971|
Olympic Mountains in the background.
|Cyclists, joggers, families, school groups -- all enjoying a beautiful day|
|Clever bench design. I don't know the artist's name.|
|"Perre's Ventaglio III" by Beverly Pepper, 1967|
|"Schubert Sonata" by Mark di Suvero, 1992|
This kinetic sculpture moves in the breeze.
|"Echo" by Jaume Plensa|
|"Father and Son" by Louise Bourgeois, 2004-2006|
|An inviting rose garden, too.|
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