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Riverview, 2013

Mauricio Robalino
(Ecuadorian, born 1953)

Location: Riverview Elementary School, Snohomish

ABOUT THE ARTWORK

Mauricio Robalino created a sculpture of a school bell for Riverview that is located between two retired bells, above the large mosaic artwork. Riverview is a two-part artwork comprised of this school bell sculpture and a large mosaic scene of the local Snohomish River area in Northwest Washington.

This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with Snohomish School District.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Artist Mauricio Robalino creates colorful and whimsical artworks using a variety of materials. His works are inspired by multicultural artistic traditions and are characterized by expressive forms and spontaneous lines. He lives and works in Tacoma, Washington.

ARTWORK DETAILS

Material Category

Sculpture - mixed media

Medium

Powder coated aluminum with fused glass insets

Dimensions

61 in x 80 in x 6 in

ID Number

WSAC2012.029.002

Acquisition Method

Site responsive commission

Artist Location

Washington, United States

LOCATION INFORMATION

Agency

Snohomish School District

Artwork Location

Riverview Elementary School
Entry to student commons

WA County

Snohomish

Setting

Interior

Site Type

Public School

Address

7322 64th St. SE
Snohomish, WA 98290

Geo. Coordinates

47.937957 | -122.132320

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