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Seattle Opera Ring Cycle sidewalk graphic install – Marlin Peterson
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Seattle Opera Ring Cycle sidewalk graphic install

This is now mounted in the Kreilsheimer Promenade! It was quite the process of research, meetings, back and forth mockup versions, meetings in Seattle and Spokane, then formatting the huge computer-freezing file for print. Whew! The prints were done by Designer Decal in Spokane, and delivered for installation last Wednesday. Great timing because Friday it started to rain all day. I was able to record a time lapse of the whole installation and here it is:

This very familiar song most people don’t realize is actually from this opera, and not Apocalypse Now
here is what chalk WOULD NOT look like after a first rain….way to go 3M!

1 Comment

  • Diane

    Wow Marlin! You captured the intricate detail and the intimate portraits of each character in your artwork. What a privilege to see the install as well. The Ring Cycle is even more enhanced by having your work on display. So many attendees were photographing this masterpiece. It is a privilege to see.

    August 13, 2013 at 9:11 PM

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