COMMUNITY CENTERS

High Point
Daniel L. Laskarin
Highpoint, 2004
International District
Nickolus Meisel
Thread, 2004
Laurelhurst
Susan Zoccola
SAMARA, 2007
Southwest
Ashley Thorner
JUMs, 2005
Montlake
Kristin Tollefson
WaterLogs + Leaf/Hull, 2007
Greenlake
Paul Marioni and Ann Troutner
Seven Figures, 1989
Northgate
Nikki McClure
The Eddy, 2006
South Park
Ginny Ruffner
The Unified Playing Field Theory, 1989
Van Asselt
Aaron (A.J.) Power
Many Threads, One Spool, 2007
Yesler
Ela Lamblin
Whirl Piece: Current Events, 2005

Delridge Community Center

West Seattle's Delridge Community Center was one of five centers to be replaced under an $18 million levy passed by Seattle voters in May 1991. Delridge was chosen because of its large service area, high demand for programs and need for additional space.
Marita Dingus
One Hundred and Twenty Ancestors, 1995
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Framed Portraits, 1995
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Trophies, 1995
Beliz Brother
untitled, 1995
Wang Po Shu
Sculptural Boulder Arrangement, 1995

Bitter Lake Community Center

Bitter Lake Community Center was chosen as one of five centers constructed with funds from an $18 million levy passed by Seattle voters in 1991. A team of artists was commissioned to create artwork inside and outside the building. Over a period of five years they met with the Bitter Lake community to develop and implement their ideas.
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Aureole, 1997
Beliz Brother
Whirr, 1997
Marita Dingus
Fish with Seaweed, 1997
Wang Po Shu
Untitled, 1997

Garfield Community Center

Functioning as a central meeting point for a multicultural community, Garfield Community Center incorporates works of art that highlight the neighborhood's unique cultural diversity. Funding for the construction of Garfield Community Center was made possible by an $18 million levy passed by Seattle voters in 1991. Brother, Calderon and Dingus were selected as a team of artists commissioned to create artworks both inside and outside the building.
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Proverbs/Quotations in Stair Risers, 1995
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Untitled, 1995
Marita Dingus
Thrones, 1995

Meadowbrook Community Center

Meadowbrook Community Center was chosen to be one of five centers constructed with funds from an $18 million levy passed by Seattle voters in 1991. Beliz Brother, Mark Calderon and Marita Dingus were commissioned to create artwork inside and outside the building. They worked closely with the community to create works for the center that were relevant to the area as well as pleasing to the eye.
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Weather Prophet, 1996
Mark Calderon
Fleet, 1996
Marita Dingus
Fish Children, 1996

Miller Community Center

Miller Community Center, which serves the vibrant and dynamic neighborhood of Capitol Hill, is located in one of Seattle's oldest parks, a playfield donated to the city in 1906. Artists Lydia Aldredge and Kate Wade created a series of artworks for the center which share the common theme of community, highlighting the area's distinctive neighborhood architecture.
Lydia Aldredge and Kate Wade
Gateway Lantern, 1998
Lydia Aldredge and Kate Wade
Sky Canopies, 1998
Lydia Aldredge and Kate Wade
House Finial, 1998

Rainier Community Center

Rainier Community Center was one of five centers constructed with funds from an $18 million levy passed by Seattle voters in 1991. The artworks inside and outside were created by a team of artists including Beliz Brother, Mark Calderon, Marita Dingus and Wang Po Shu.
Beliz Brother and Mark Calderon
Clock Tower, 1986
Marita Dingus
Bottle Cap Children, 1986
Wang Po Shu
Earth Story, 1986