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Broad St. Green - Sculpture Garden
Broad & John Street
Seattle,WA 98109

The Seattle Center landscape is dotted with art and architectual works that together form urban vistas of mixed form and scale. The Sculpture Garden is framed by the retro-futuristic backdrop of the Space Needle and the post-modern Experience Music Project building.

The Sculpture Garden is made up of four unique pieces.

Ronald Bladen's Black Lightning, a black-painted steel sculpture currently sited in the Sculpture Garden southeast of the Space Needle.

Alexander Liberman's Olympic Iliad, orange-red painted steel sculpture, installed in 1984 on the lawn southwest from the Space Needle.

Doris Chase's Moon Gates, a bronze sculpture of three parts, located in the Sculpture Garden just south of the Space Needle. Installed in 1999.

Tony Smith's Moses, a black-painted steel sculpture located just northeast of the base of the Space Needle. It has been on the Center's grounds since 1975.

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