"A Path of Wonderment & Connection" (Karey Kessler)

Rainier Beach Community Art

"A Path of Wonderment & Connection" (Karey Kessler)

Seattle, Washington 98102, United States

Created By: Forterra


As part of Seattle's Art Interruptions project, local artist Karey Kessler installed a collection of colorful adhesive graphics on sidewalks along 46th Avenue starting here at Cloverdale and continuing north to Kenyon St. A Path of Wonderment and Connection includes both imagery from her map art and also phrases that she wrote about connection and wonderment. She had these phrases translated into the six languages most frequently used in Rainier Valley: English, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Mandarin, and Amharic. She also had the phrases translated into the Duwamish language, Lushootseed, which was spoken in the valley long before any other languages were spoken here.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Rainier Beach Community Art


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