Angie's Umbrella Sculpture
Western Ave @ Lenora St
Angie's Umbrella is a fun sculpture depicting an inside-out umbrella, a not-uncommon sight during Seattle's rainy winters. The 30-foot tall painted metal sculpture can rotate 360-degrees with the wind.
It was created by artists Jim Pridgeon and Benson Shaw, and "named in honor of Angie Pridgeon, optimist", Jim Pridgeon's late mother.
Angie's Umbrella by Jim Pridgeon and Benson Shaw (Z04A0009)
While you're in the area, check out these sights:
- Giant Red Popsicle Sculpture, Seattle, Washington
- Urban Garden Sculpture, Seattle, Washington
- Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington