Celebrating Color in Seattle’s Pioneer Square

June 25, 2011

Knitted Trees art installation, Pioneer Square

The Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle is vibrating with color.  An art installation called Knitted Trees by Suzanne Tidwell brightens the square.  They complement the colorful street murals in the area.

Knitted lamp post, Pioneer Square

Looking toward the sports stadiums, Pioneer Square

Colorful mural, Pioneer Square

Door in mural


5 Responses to “Celebrating Color in Seattle’s Pioneer Square”

  1. Wow, how beautiful! The Knitted Trees compliment the resplendent square. I may be going to Seattle next week and that would be a nice place to check out. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hallysann Says:

    very pretty, are the trees and lamposts actually wearing knitting ?

  3. garden2day Says:

    I love the colors on the trees! They remind me of leg warmers. From other photos I’ve seen, this really brightens the area at dusk. And, the mural is beautiful! Wow!

    • Rosemary Says:

      Ohh. I love the description of the wraps as leg warmers for trees. That’s exactly what they look like!

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