"Waiting for the Interurban" © 1998
This 1978 sculpture, "People Waiting for the Interurban" by Richard Beyer, is located in the Fremont District of Seattle. It's a local tradition to decorate the statue for special occasions.

Seattle has more public art than any other place I've seen. I don't think most cities can tolerate that much art - sometimes it seems like people are more afraid of art than they are of vacant lots and burned out husks of buildings.

Follow this link to learn more about the sculpture and the Fremont neighborhood.

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