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STart Art Guide -- Tukwila/International Blvd Station
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STart Art Guide -- Tukwila/International Blvd Station

Boat and paddle pictogram for the Tukwila International Boulevard station.

International Blvd and S 154th Street, Tukwila

 
A Molecule of the Region by Tad Savinar, on display at the Tukwila International Boulevard station.A Drop of Sustenance by Tad Savinar, on display at the Tukwila International Boulevard station.

A Molecule of the Region, A Drop of Sustenance and Voices of Tukwila by Tad Savinar – located on the platform, suspended over the Mezzanine

The artist worked with the community to reveal the city's identity and connect transit users to Tukwila using sculpture and integrated artwork. The voices of the community are spread throughout the station via granite pavers. Two suspended sculptures illustrate the core of Tukwila and living water, the element that provides sustenance for all creatures that pass through the region.

Soundings by Clark Wiegman, on display at the Tukwila International Boulevard station.

Soundings by Clark Wiegman – located in the plaza

An abstracted hazelnut was inspired by the Duwamish name for Tukwila, k'ap'uxac, which means "place of hazelnuts." A blue ribbon of light along the neck of the sculpture traces the pattern of the Duwamish River as it passes through the City of Tukwila.

Shimmering Shadowlines by Norie Sato and Dan Corson, on display at the Tukwila International Boulevard station.

Shimmering Shadowlines by Norie Sato and Dan Corson – located on Hwy 518 between I-5 and Hwy 99, Tukwila

Recalling the well-known Sparkletts water delivery trucks, strips of mylar disks create shimmering panels that call attention to and celebrate the architecturally refined guideway columns while reducing their visual mass.