Seattle's Public Art episodes

Kay Kirkpatrick
Seattle's Public Art: Kay Kirkpatrick

In the Northwest our eyes turn always to the great forests; they hold our dreams, mark our memories, and provide us sustenance and safe haven. The trees stand together in order and harmony, despite inundation by the chaos of life. Although hiding uncertainty and the unknown in their vastness, they shelter and protect us. 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. Produced for the Seattle Channel by John Forsen with support from the Mayor's Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

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