Art underground

Artwork by Dan Corson at the Beacon Hill light rail station. Photo courtesy of Barbara Luecke at Sound Transit.
Artwork by Dan Corson at the Beacon Hill light rail station. Photo courtesy of Barbara Luecke at Sound Transit.

What is this? Is it a microscopic view of a virus, or pollen? Nope, it’s some of the gorgeous artwork in the Beacon Hill Light Rail Station. Barbara Luecke, the art program manager for Sound Transit, has posted a series of wonderful photos of the station artwork (along with other Link light rail art) on Flickr. The Beacon Hill pictures are on page 2 of the photo set.

In other station news, the Seattle Times’ Mike Lindblom discusses Mount Baker Station just down the hill, in the latest of an ongoing series about the rail stations.

5 thoughts on “Art underground”

  1. Yeah, thanks for sharing that link! I’m really excited about the pieces at the Beacon Station. If the glowing balls in that photo are a virus… then I’ve got Light Rail Fever!

  2. Thanks for sharing these. The entire group is amazing. I cannot WAIT to see them in person!

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