The Duwamish Hill Preserve is a natural and cultural heritage landscape featuring native plants and habitats used traditionally by the Puget Sound Salish people.
My roles as interpretive planner and artist include:
Researching the cultural and ecological site history.
Designing unique, artistic interpretive features.
Developing content for all pieces including writing, design and illustration.
Coordinating fabrication and installation of interpretive features.
The Seasonal Rounds Gathering Place is a a focal point for the cultural garden at the preserve. It is 17 feet across and composed of sandblasted granite.