The Chehalis and the Wishkah River Path, 2009
(American, born 1947)
Location: Aberdeen-Weatherwax High School, Aberdeen
- ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Artist Virginia Paquette brings together two rivers that run through the city of Aberdeen, Washington and define its industrial history and future.
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with Aberdeen School District.
- ABOUT THE ARTIST
Seattle-based artist Virginia Paquette creates conceptual public art installations in a variety of materials. She has stated that the primary urge in her work is "to make marks, images, symbols that will communicate to you a message, feeling, visual stimuli that may be pleasing or thought-provoking."
- Material Category
Sculpture - other metals
Aluminum, dyes, and stainless steel
4 ft x 84 ft
- ID Number
- Acquisition Method
Site responsive commission
- Artist Location
Washington, United States
Aberdeen School District
- Artwork Location
Aberdeen-Weatherwax High School
- WA County
- Site Type
410 North G St.
Aberdeen, WA 98520
- Geo. Coordinates
46.97964921408333 | -123.81784525396728
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