Sea-Tac Airport Information--Art Guide
Page Three of Our Comprehensive Guide to Sea-Tac Airport
Detail from Cappy Thompson's magnificent glass installation in Concourse A
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Spectrum Delta II by Francis Celentano on the Ticketing Level
The art work at Sea-Tac is worth noting and is well worth exploring. The Port Authority has allocated ample funds to provide for a number of attractive, permanent art installations. There is enough art at Sea-Tac to fill a decent-sized art museum. The art is scattered around the entire airport and adds visual interest to your transit through the airport.
Concourse A features the largest number of displayed art works at Sea-Tac. A walk down the length of Concourse A is recommended for art buffs. I love the massive works by Cappy Thompson, Trimpin, and Frank Stella.
The Sea-Tac Airport website has a listing (click here) of the names and locations for the 57 permanent art installations and offer a photo of some of the works. They also have a downloadable pdf file
(click here) featuring their permanent art collection.
York Factory A by Frank Stella in Concourse A
Pantopol V by Ted Jonsson (between Concourse A and the Central Terminal)
I Was Dreaming of Spirit Animals by Cappy Thompson in Concourse A
On Matters, Monkey, and the King by Trimpin in Concourse A
Detail photo of On Matters, Monkey, and the King
Canary II by Robert Maki (as viewed from Concourse A)
Traveling Light by Linda Beaumont in Concourse A