Seattle, WA: Talking Art & Transit with Capitol Station Artist Ellen Forney

Posted by Infra on Friday, February 19th, 2016

“Seattle cartoonist Ellen Forney discusses the process of developing two murals, “Crossed Pinkies” and “Walking Fingers,” for Sound Transit’s art program, STart. The two iconic, hand-painted murals greet riders at entrances to the Capitol Hill Station, part of the University Link light rail extension opening March 2016.

Sound Transit’s art program, STart, facilitates the procurement and installation of public art at Sound Transit stations across the Puget Sound region. Learn more at

Sound Transit on YouTube

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