Stewart Wong

Ritual Dressing of Nature
An ephemeral installation in Dottie Harper Park, Burien Washington
Influences of surface design can be seen in the painted burlap wrappings. Patterns, colors and materials are extracted from the natural surroundings and serve to integrate the design into the park's environment.
Stewart Wong is a mixed media construction artist. His work ranges from paper arts to three-dimensional assemblages and sculpture. He received his BFA in Design from Cornish College in Seattle . His public works include an installation for the Sammamish Park and Ride project for Sound Transit and a collaborative work with metalsmith artist Ron Ho on the Wing Luke Museum's Pathways to Pride project. Currently he is an Art's Cool instructor teaching in the Bellevue School District and is focusing on ceramics in his studio.