Seattle's Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, and Parks and Recreation brought about a collaborative effort to bring art into public areas around the city. The first exhibition is by Suzanne Tidwell, a local artist. Tree trunks, lamp posts, and bollards in Occidental Park, located in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square. are dressed in colorful knitted "coats". The splash of color really brightens the park, which is usually shaded from the sun by all the trees that dot the small city plaza.
Pictures were taken mid and late June 2011.