"Pioneer Square is the neighborhood where Seattle, Washington was founded in 1852, following a brief six month settlement at Alki Point." It's home to lots of art galleries. Apparently it used to be home to lots of dry goods shops.
I love this fountain.
Cartons of beer?
We head to 619 Western, a building that houses lots of small studios.
"Much of the neighborhood is on landfill... a major earthquake damaged some of the buildings."
On Chuck's advice, we came here to see Kate Protage's work.
I really like this one.
The work seems to get weirder as you go upstairs.
Do you wonder what's on display in the Viewmaster?
Creepy fetuses in jars.
Mr. Peanut always hogs all the blow.
At this point we're all drunk enough to pile into the ancient elevator (and re-enact the final scene of The Blair Witch Project).
In homage to Kate's cityscapes, I take photos of city lights on the way home.
Reader, I bought it.