This artwork runs the entire length of Concourse B.
Judith and Daniel Caldwell completed the installation on Concourse B in 1999. It consists of bronze fish and leaves indigenous to the Northwest embedded in the terrazzo and meandering down the length of Concourse B. The fish carrying the suitcase is just one example of the many surprises you'll find as you journey down the stream. It all adds to the whimsical nature of the work which has produced many positive comments from the public; but the best part is watching children respond in such delight as they interact with the artwork and discover those unexpected elements found in the cast artwork.
Judith and Daniel Caldwell
Terrazzo floor pattern (bronze, colored glass)
Fish and leaves range in size from 4" to 12" long along the 850' concourse
Over 300 life-size cast bronze fish representing over 50 different freshwater and anadromous species make up the travelers in the stream.
Operating the Caldwell Sculpture Studio together, Judith and Daniel Caldwell are public artists that primarily work with cast metals such as bronze, iron, aluminum, and stainless steel. The two create public art and sculpture for private, commercial, and public projects in their own resin sand foundry.
Both artists have attended university to study foundry metal casting; Daniel received a degree from the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh, and Judith earned her degree from the University of Washington at Seattle.
Work by the Artists
Judith and Daniel Caldwell were commissioned by the city of Renton to create Wings and Wheels, a piece consisting of bronze castings that create a cyclist pathway from Cedar River to Lake Washington Loop trails and represent the aeronautical history of the city.
At the Airport
Fancy a stroll on another terrazzo floor at the Sea-Tac Airport? Visit Vicki Scuri'sCloud Walk in Concourse C. See the link in the Connected Stories module below for more information.
A stream of bronze salmon swim in terrazzo and curve along the floor of Concourse B.