Stuart Keeler, Michael Machnic, Linda Beaumont (stable)
Fiberglass, fabricated steel, stained concrete, mosaic and lighting
3 @ 12’ x 17’6” x 6’ – 3 locations
Seattle Arts Commission / Arts & Culture
Eastlake Neighborhood – Seattle, WA

A flotilla of vessels illuminated from within, which guide travelers along a journey through this neighborhood, once defined by the water that inspires its name – Eastlake. The work is sited as a sequence of events at three sites alongside a major corridor through this district. These individual boats entitled, Rest, Read and Respect address travel of the body, travel of the mind, and travel of the spirit. The project imagery informed through community charettes to incorporate imagery into the fiberglass canoes forms. Artist as agent of ideas, our team enjoyed the spirit of teamwork as well

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as invention, the images have Icarus floating into a sea of feathers, bouncing from the stars of Orion, a Mandala of maps and ports of call from around the globe. A qoute by Italo Calvino unites the tryptich with a text that allows the viewer to contemplate the power of seeing and experience. The project was voted” Best of Seattle” as well as now has been updated with photo-voltaic cells for the lighting to activate at dusk.