Consisting of a series of aluminum triangles, individually designed by the clients at Bailey Boushay House, the design was executed with their help. Bailey Boushay is an organization working to improve the lives of individuals who live with the AIDS virus. The triangles denote the large gay population at Bailey Boushay as well as a myriad of health and political issues. The goal of this design is to encourage minorities to express themselves.
Ross Palmer Beecher and the clients of Bailey Boushay House
Ross has a background in painting, printmaking and illustration, and has had several group and one-person exhibitions at local and national galleries. She has also been the recipient of several awards, commissions and grants. Ross has many public art projects here in Seattle, and she is Artist in Residence at Bailey Boushay.
Location, Summer 2001
Harbor Steps, 1st and University
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Purchase Price at Auction on October 13, 2001
Bainbridge Island, WA