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April 6, 2012 at 12:03 PM

Who is drawing on the wall at Olympic Sculpture Park?

If you’ve been to the Olympic Sculpture Park recently, you may have noticed Sandra Cinto at work. The Sao Paulo-based artist is creating an installation for the park pavilion, called “Encontro das Aguas (Encounter of Waters),” set to open April 14. Cinto is using materials including blue paint and silver pen to “transform a drawn line, repeated at different angles, lengths, and patterns, into a monumental image of water,” according to Seattle Art Museum. The installation will also include a boat (bought from the Center for Wooden Boats). This would be an excellent weekend to visit the park; the weather forecast says “sunny” for Saturday and Sunday.

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