Spokane’s sister cities while attracting new and repeat visitors to the historic Riverfront park.
The new garden provides a space to honor and celebrate the importance of Spokane’s Sister Cities through nature and art. It is placed at the site of the former Japanese Pavilion at the Expo ’74 World’s Fair. The garden features sculptures from partnerships with Limerick, Ireland; Nishinomiya, Japan; and Spokane. Plans are underway for art from partner cities in Jilin, China; Jecheon, South Korea; and Cagli, Italy.
In addition to one of a kind art pieces placed throughout the garden, custom signs made from natural materials help guide you through the garden. Using a combination of stone, steel, wood, acrylic and ACM (aluminum composite material), the signs add to the artistry of the area.
The custom outdoor signs are meant to inform and direct without taking anything away from the natural scenery, sculptures, and symbolism. For example, the blue-green curved pathways symbolize the connections of the Sister Cities’ rivers to the oceans of the world. To continue the theme, blue and green curved acrylic pieces adorn the signs along the path. The multidimensional signs are mounted to stone monuments.
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