Public Art City of Shoreline #20: Echo in Time

Sunday, August 27, 2017

City of Shoreline Public Art Collection
1st Avenue NE and NE 205th St
City of Shoreline Neighborhood Mini-grant and 1% for Public Art Program 2013

Echo in Time  Andy Echelshall, artist, The Mural Works. Acrylic paint and sealant on concrete.

Artist’s statement: As a resident of Edmonds I am passionate about the beauty and history of the area. I was conscious of the great opportunity presented by this site, its visibility from SR 104, nearby residences and the cemetery. I wanted to create something that is not only visually appealing but educational and intriguing, a pleasing visual respite from the morning commute and a welcome addition to the neighborhood.

The Echo Lake Neighborhood Association mural project combined all of the elements I love about mural painting: history, the environment and landscape. This was a wonderful project to be a part of and I’m honored to have been given the opportunity.

--Text courtesy City of Shoreline


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