Parkwood Neighborhood celebrates completion of public art work

Monday, September 18, 2017

Photo by Dan Short
Back row: Chris Goodman, Robin Lombard, Chris Brummer
Front row: Chie Iida, Sara Snedeker (artist), Yoshiko Saheki, Marie Ammerman, Katie Schielke

Volunteers from the Parkwood Neighborhood Association were undaunted by the drizzle as they gathered at Twin Ponds Sunday to celebrate the successful completion of their art project with Shoreline artist Sara Snedeker.

Photo by Dan Short

Under Snedeker's direction, volunteers painted a colorful design on the columns of the I-5 overpass at NE 155th and 1st NE, near Twin Ponds Park.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

A bright surprise of rainbow color greets drivers in NE 155th St as they travel under the I-5 overpass.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Under the direction of Shoreline artist Sara Snedeker, volunteers painted bright stripes of vivid color on the columns supporting the freeway overpass.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Prism Pantone now marks the gateway to the Parkwood Neighborhood.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

A drab and dark space now has bright swaths of colors.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

The project was sponsored and carried out by the Parkwood Neighborhood Association and funded by a mini-grant from the City of Shoreline.


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