Inspiring Outdoor Spaces: Tatiana Gill

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Inspiring Outdoor Spaces: Tatiana Gill | Seattle Central College - Continuing Education
Instructor Tatiana Gill | Seattle Central College - Continuing Education
Inspiring Outdoor Spaces: Tatiana Gill | Seattle Central College - Continuing Education

Need a Little Inspiration?

Seattle is a beautiful city, filled with natural and artistic gems — some well-known, others a bit off the beaten track.

We asked the artist and instructor Tatiana Gill to share with us her favorite inspiring outdoor spaces, and then we created a map for you to use as you explore.

In addition to what we’ve featured here, she also cites the ever-changing and often amusing graffiti along the Pike/Pine corridor, the Kubota Garden, and Fremont’s Rocket and Lenin statues.

What are some of your favorite, creatively inspiring outdoor spaces in Seattle? We’d love the hear about them in the comments.


Fremont Troll & The Wall of Death

Fremont Troll & The Wall of Death

Troll Ave N / NE 40th Street

“These once tied as the two worst public art installations in Seattle, but I love them!

Meridian Archway

Meridian Archway

4649 Sunnyside Ave N

“The mosaic rock work at the entrance of the playground is gorgeous.”

Streissguth Gardens

Streissguth Gardens

E Blaine, between 10th Ave E & Broadway Ave E

“I adore the amazing landscaping of this hidden gem of a garden!”

 

The People's Wall

The People's Wall

E Spruce St & 20th Ave

“Created in the 70s for the Black Panther Party, this mural is a cultural touchstone.”

UW Campus

UW Campus

University District

“The architecture, sculptures, and landscape are captivating.”

Vessel

Vessel

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

“This sculpture is off the beaten path and really impressive.”

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