By Phillip Levine
Location: Elliott Bay Office Park
Created in 1983
Acquired in 1983
Triad by Phillip Levine has been a part of Martin Selig’s collection for over 30 years. This 14-foot sculpture of two women standing on a mans’ shoulders was built to symbolize themes of weightlessness and freedom. The elongated limbs and gravity-defying visual of this sculpture is characteristic of Levine’s sculpting style and can be seen in many of his other works. You can find this sculpture along Elliott Avenue in Lower Queen Anne, outside the MSRE Elliott Bay Office Park.
Phillip Levine is a lifelong artist, with over three decades of experience teaching and creating art. He has over 30 public art installations in the Pacific Northwest, including Dancer with Flat Hat near the Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington, Walking With Logs near the West Seattle Freeway and Woman Dancing at the Washington State Capitol Grounds in Olympia.