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King County

A special collection established in 1976 features works by many of the region’s preeminent artists.

George Tsutakawa. Sandworm, 1986. Stainless steel. 58 x 96 x 120 inches. King County Administration Building, Seattle. Photo: Joe Freeman

4Culture’s Honors Program recognizes visual artists who have made significant contributions to our region through the sustained production of high-quality artwork. This special collection currently includes more than 70 works by preeminent artists such as Jacob Lawrence, Guy Anderson, Patti Warashina, and Dale Chihuly.
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Mary Henry. The Palace of Darius, 1987. Acrylic on canvas. 72 x 96 inches. Maleng Regional Justice Center, Kent. Photo: Joe Freeman
Guy Anderson. Sisyphus, 1987. Oil on paper on panel. 96 x 288 inches. Washington State Convention Center, Seattle. Photo: Joe Freeman
Jacob Lawrence. Games, 1979. Vitreous enamel on steel. 108 x 216 inches. Washington State Convention Center, Seattle. Photo: Joe Freeman
George Tsutakawa. Sandworm, 1986. Stainless steel. 58 x 96 x 120 inches. King County Administration Building, Seattle. Photo: Joe Freeman
Robert Sperry. Untitled #625, 1985. Ceramic tile. 132 x 360 inches. King County Administration Building, Seattle. Photo: Joe Freeman
Patti Warashina. Mercurial Miss, 1994. Porcelain, earthenware, and glaze. 156 x 118 x 28 inches. Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue. Photo: Joe Freeman