Queen Anne Marketplace has a new mural that hopes to reflect Seattle
By Zosha Millman, SeattlePI Updated 10:57 am PDT, Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Some of the emblematic identifiers of the state are on display up on lower Queen Anne.
A new public art piece by local artists John Osgood and Zach Bohnenkamp of Seattle Mural Art has popped up at the Queen Anne Marketplace, across from Bartell Drugs on the southeast corner of First Avenue North and Roy Street.
And the mural features many of the state’s icons: the Space Needle, adorned with Native American-style print; American Goldfinches and Pacific Rhododendrons, the state’s bird and flower, respectively; salmon and jellyfish swimming nearby; with Mount Rainier in the background.
“Murals are for the community,” Osgood said in a release about the mural. “What better way to serve the community than with an art piece that reflects the diversity and uniqueness of Seattle?”