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<strong>"Sentinels" by Gloria Bornstein</strong><br /><br /> Inspired by Asian art, architecture, kokeshi dolls and even safety gear, the eight painted steel forms symbolize “guardians of the city.” Located near Seattle’s Chinatown-International District

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Photographed by Gloria Bornstein
Originally appeared in Hot Houses
on September 27, 2011
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Inspired by Asian art, architecture, kokeshi dolls and even safety gear, the eight painted steel forms symbolize “guardians of the city.” Located near Seattle’s Chinatown-International District
"Sentinels" by Gloria Bornstein Inspired by Asian art, architecture, kokeshi dolls and even safety gear, the eight painted steel forms symbolize “guardians of the city.” Located near Seattle’s Chinatown-International District on the sidewalk adjacent to Fire Station 10, the artwork offers shifting perspectives as they diminish in size from nearly 9 feet to just over 3 feet along the incline. Photo by Gloria Bornstein

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