Sixty-five flowers, cast in resin and aluminum, form a wall piece that covers 77 feet of space above a satellite train in the South Main Terminal of Sea-Tac International Airport. The solid-formed resin and the aluminum reflect and absorb light in ways that alter and shift as one moves across the piece. Each flower is anywhere from 12 to 24 inches in diameter.
Commissioning Agent: Port of Seattle
Metal Casting: Bob Mortonson Foundry, Seattle
Resin Casting: Bill Wood, Seattle, WA