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Anne Scrary Wall Mural, Pike Place Market Parking Garage, Seattle, WA
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A local market street vendor waits by the 4th floor elevator with his cart of wares. He’ll trundle the cart up the elevator and across the sky bridge over Western Avenue to set up his stall in Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market. At the end of the day he’ll pack it all up and bring everything back to the storage area in the garage. The fantastic, vividly colored mural by artist Anne Scrary reminds me of the whimsical, dreamy style of Marc Chagall. If you Google her name, the search engine will persist in searching for Anne Scary, assuming that you’ve made a spelling error.

Copyright: Bill edwards
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11844x5922
Uploaded: 10/09/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: pike place market; seattle; washington; anne scrary; art; mural
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