The Magical Grove

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Mandy Greer created three works for the Faye G. Allen Children's Center based on themes found in the folklore section of the Central Library.

Once you enter the Children's Center, turn right and you will see The Magic Grove up on the wall to the right of the bathrooms.

The Magical Grove Inspired by a Persian folktale, The Magical Grove is a stylized canopy of hand-sewn branches, adorned with various shades of pink flowers, that appears to grow from a column next to the mirrored wall in the Children's Center. According to Greer, The Magical Grove symbolizes the expansion of the "seed" of an idea.

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Central Library, Faye G. Allen Children's Center, 1000 4th Ave
Seattle

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