6. Untitled Fence, 1984

6. Untitled Fence, 1984

Ornamental panels fabricated by Roman E. Torres of Mexican Iron and Brass Works.

Where Is It?

The "Untitled Fence" frames the view of the water in Victor Steinbrueck Park, with panels behind both the "Farmer's Pole" and "Totem Pole."


Victor Steinbrueck Park, north of Pike Place Market
Western Ave & Virginia St
Seattle, WA 98121, USA

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About The Fence

These wrought iron architectural panels were installed before the two nearby fifty-foot totem poles were completed and installed. Victor Steinbrueck wrote a letter in 1984 which detailed the work he initiated for the park. Included in the letter is this reference to Torres' work: "The six foot high green wrought iron screens were wrought by Roman Torres of Mexican Iron and Brass Works from designs by Victor Steinbrueck. They are somewhat abstracted floral designs from standard iron shapes, and form a background for the poles."

Directions to the NEXT STOP

Facing the fence, turn right and follow the sidewalk, enjoying the view of Elliott Bay on your left, until you reach "Totem Pole."