Queen Anne Community Center hallways decked out with new Henry murals
If you haven’t stopped by the Queen Anne Community Center lately, there’s a new reason to swing by and take a look around… new murals by Seattle artist Henry cheer up the hallways, along with works by Henry’s friend, artist Andrew Miller. The two artists split up the big job of covering the QACC’s walls.
Henry has murals in many locations across Seattle and submitted one of the designs for the Space Needle in 2012. The QACC murals feature signature Henry imagery with vibrant colors that really spruce up our community center.
According to Henry:
“The imagry decisions were a mix of what the community center asked for and following my instinct for what I really thought would bring positive energy into the environment. I think we struck a harmonious balance and the community center was really stoked with our work.”
The upstairs and downstairs hallways feature murals by Henry and Miller, and they’re worth checking out – since they’re murals, they’re really best experienced in person, and the images here are just a few of what you can see at QACC. Stop by to take a look!