Created in 2018, the 'Feast' public art series is an exploration of the diverse cultures of Rainier Valley as represented by comfort foods on cut metal panels. The 10 metal food medallions are installed along the Rainier Valley Greenway, from Othello Park south to Rainier Beach Playfield. Ten designs were created overall from research at the Duoc Su Temple's senior lunch program, local grocery stores, delis and restaurants, and discussion with members of the Rainier Beach Action Coalition (RBAC).
On view along the Rainier Valley Greenway from August 1, 2018 to August 1, 2019 as part of Art Interruptions 2018, an annual public art project supported by the City of Seattle's Office of Arts & Culture and Seattle Department of Transportation. Website: https://www.seattle.gov/arts/programs/public-art/temporary-projects/art-interruptions
In 2021, three of the larger 'Feast' pieces were installed at the Danny Woo Garden, InterimCDA. Bun Rieu (crab soup), Bubble Tea, and Pho were installed alongside a new rain garden. I am proud to have the pieces inhabiting a space that provides fresh food through garden plots for the elders of Chinatown-International District in Seattle, WA.