Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

April 18, 2021


The Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park is defined by its elevated, Z-shaped footpath. It snakes from the museum’s glass-and-steel exhibition pavilion down to the city’s waterfront in the industrial north end and splits the 3.5-hectare park into four ecosystems native to the Northwest: an evergreen forest of fir, cedar and hemlock; a grass-and-wildflower meadow and a grove of quaking aspen with dwarf rose and Oregon iris at their feet.

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