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Seattle's Public Art
Ceramic sculptor Patti Warashina has received several awards including the 2002 Twining Humber Lifetime Achievement Award and the Distinguished Alumnus Award from UW in 2003.
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Seattle's Public Art: Fay Jones
Fay Jones is one of the Northwest`s most recognizable artists. Her imaginative paintings can be seen around the city in public and private collections and in numerous public spaces.
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Seattle's Public Art: Robert Jones
Jones' large abstract oil paintings often invoke a sense of background landscape, with foreground figures and shapes drawn as simple curves.
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Seattle's Public Art: Stuart Nakamura
Stuart Nakamuara's "Call and Response," a sculptural installation comprising several elements will greet staff of, and visitors to, fire Station 10 at the entry plaza.
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Seattle's Public Art: Kay Kirkpatrick
The art works in the station look at the surrounding Longfellow Creek Watershed for different perspectives and attempt to create the same sense of sanctuary and peace for both police officers and citizens.
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Seattle's Public ArtCome along for a series of profiles on local artists whose compelling and inspiring works are seen in public places around Seattle and the Pacific Northwest! The Mayor's Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs commissioned this video tour of the studios and sites where public art is being created, with the stories behind the art provided by the artists themselves in their own words. Special thanks to producer John Forsen, and to Michael Killoren of the Mayor's Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

Producer John Forsen
John started producing Documentaries in 1983 with Laszlo Pal Producing with PBS on shows like Winds of Everest and the Susan Butcher story. He moved over to KIRO TV (CBS) for 7 years making Documentaries, commercials and Local TV Programs. Then in 1992 he founded MagicHour Films, creating TV programming and corporate videos, after 15 years he sold it, to pursue personal projects. He chairs the Washington Media Producers Council, owns the television production company, and is partners in the NW movie studio Decathlon Films with Rick Stevenson. John has served as producer/Director on national and international commercials, high-end corporate films, promotional films, documentaries, multi-camera live TV events, multiple TV shows, pilots and feature motion pictures. He just finished producing the film "Expiration Date", which has won dozens of film festivals. John's drive and dedication have earned him numerous awards, including Emmys, Addys, Chicago and New York Film Festivals awards and a gold lion from the Cannes Film Festival.

Johnís passion for music has allowed him to produce DVDís and TV shows for Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Diane Schuur, Maynard Ferguson, Queensright, Cab Calloway, the Seattle Symphony, Children of the Revolution and others. He Produced and directed the IMAG video screen production at Memorial Stadium for EMPís grand opening, has produced many ďliveĒ to IMAG screen concerts including the Rolling Stones, Paul McCarthy Wings over America tour, Peter Gabriel and many others.

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