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  • Ellen Mirro

Light & Wood

To celebrate our colleague Howard’s birthday this Wednesday, we took a company-wide jaunt across the lake to visit the Bellevue Arts Museum. There we discovered “Night Blooming,” a structure made of reclaimed wood from dismantled grain elevators from Eastern Washington. From the outside the piece resembles a giant bee skep; within the structure the gaps between the wooden pieces let in sharp points of light, creating a kaleidoscopic effect. “Night Blooming” was created by Taiji Miyasaka and David Drake, both of Washington State University.


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