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It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Statue Stylist team have decorated the Coulon Park sculpture, “Interface” with that theme.
Yesterday, I read on Renton’s Instagram that the “Interface” sculpture was again dressed…for Labor Day. So I hurried over to Gene Coulon Park. The statues are dressed as a woman pilot, a health care worker, and a grocery store employee. … Continue reading
As I wrote over Memorial Day, the Interface statues have a new group carrying on the tradition of dressing them up for holidays. There was a long feature about them in the current online issue of “This Week in Renton”. … Continue reading
Interface is a sculpture by Phillip Levine in Gene Coulon park, Renton, WA. I’ve sketched it many times since I learned there is a group of women who dress it up. The original group was anonymous. Just this week the … Continue reading
These figures are always walking to no where. Interface is a sculpture by Phillip Levine in Gene Coulon park, Renton, WA. I’ve sketched it many times, more since I learned there is a group of older women who dress it … Continue reading
Interface is a sculpture of walkers at Gene Coulon Park in Renton. I’ve sketched it before this year after I learned some women dress it up for the holidays. (Apple Cup, Dressed for the 4th) I first sketched them in … Continue reading
Ever since I learned about the group of women who dress up the Interface sculpture in Coulon park, I’ve gone down at each holiday to check. There was nothing at Halloween. Today, however, I was pleased to see them dressed … Continue reading