Followup: Luna Girls now in permanent home on West Seattle shore

A little over two weeks after we reported installation under way on the east end of Seacrest Park, just west of Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor), the Luna Girls sculpture is installed and out from under its protective tarp. That’s artist Lezlie Jane with her privately funded 15-foot-long, nine-foot-wide creation, which she describes as “flame-cut from slab steel”; thanks to Mark Jaroslaw for sending the first photo. Jane’s website for the sculpture includes and explains their names – from left, Emily, Gunvor Katja, and Lorna.

P.S. There’s more, including video from the installation, on the Southwest Seattle Historical Society website.

9 Replies to "Followup: Luna Girls now in permanent home on West Seattle shore"

  • CEA February 24, 2014 (11:30 am)

    I LOVE this!! What a fabulous addition to our waterfront, recognizing a part of West Seattle’s heritage.

  • Cowpie February 24, 2014 (1:15 pm)

    That’s a fun piece of art!

  • datamuse February 24, 2014 (1:42 pm)

    How pretty! Looking forward to seeing it in person.

  • Seaside February 24, 2014 (2:20 pm)

    I think it is cool and a perfect addition to our beautiful shoreline.

  • BLB February 24, 2014 (4:02 pm)

    Gorgeous gals.

  • kumalavula February 24, 2014 (4:35 pm)

    i walk my dog here once, sometimes twice a day and have been looking forward to seeing this unveiled!
    i love that we have all kinds of cool art around the city.
    thanks to private funding and people who understand the impact of art we can all benefit!

  • Lucky February 24, 2014 (7:17 pm)

    Such great work! Beautiful! Great job!!

  • Robin February 24, 2014 (7:37 pm)

    I am all for art, public art especially, but am I the only person that thinks this is the ugliest public art installation she’s ever seen?

  • LivesInWS February 24, 2014 (9:36 pm)

    Can’t we have some gorgeous guys in tight-fitting garments instead of it always being females?

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