Over 200 Overhead Contact System poles with specialty paint and spire-shaped finials. The poles within Sound Transit Maintenance Facility are striped with black and “safety green” paint. The artwork is inspired by a prehistoric plant indigenous to this region – commonly known as the horsetail or Scouring Rush. The patterning on the horsetail, along with allusions to bamboo and spring growth seemed evocative of the renewal, maintenance and caring for the system taking place at the facility.

Installed, 2006

Old - Public Art Network in 2007