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Wandering Diatoms art installation finds a temporary home in Rotary Park

Post Date:11/25/2019 2:48 pm

Kait Rhoads installing Wandering Diatoms_Shoreline
Internationally recognized glass artist Kait Rhoads (https://kaitrhoads.com) has developed several new large-scale installation pieces, including Wandering Diatoms, a series of eight five-foot long spirals that resemble the enlarged forms of microscopic diatoms like those found in the Salish Sea. Composed of various colors of green plastic bottles, the sculpture calls attention to the importance of the smallest lifeforms responsible for our clean environment.

As the artist mentions in her statement, diatoms found in “kelp and phytoplankton create 70% of the earth’s oxygen.” The artwork will be on display through the winter and spring at Rotary Park along NE 185th (just west of 10th Ave NE).

More information: Public Art Coordinator, David FrancisKait Rhoads_Wandering Diatoms 2015_Shoreline
(206) 801-2661
dfrancis@shorelinewa.gov

Website: shorelinewa.gov/art

 

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