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Stadium High School, Tacoma, Washington by wrylycoyote
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This Sepia tone pen and ink was done for my good friend and 1965 Stadium graduate, John. This is actually the third version of stadium that was done.

A brief history of the school:

Stadium High School is a 100-year-old high school in Tacoma, Washington and a historic landmark. It is part of Tacoma Public Schools, or Tacoma School District No. 10 and is located in the Stadium District, near downtown Tacoma. The original building burned to a shell while it was still a partially constructed hotel designed by Hewitt & Hewitt that was being used for storage. It was reconstructed for use as a school according to designs by Frederick Heath,and a “bowl” stadium was added.

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stadium high school, tacoma washington, french renaissance architecture

There is nothing I won’t try creatively. I love historic architecture and landscape. Although my work is mostly naturalistic, there’s always a strongly abstract quality to it. My radar is always tuned for interesting patterns and contrasts.

I also write a blog every week, http://www.wrylycoyote.com

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