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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

A Great Story about Angela Danadjieva

Angela who, you might ask? This slight Bulgarian-born artist, architect and provocateur has done more to reframe what Seattle-ites think of their infrastructure than any other person. She designed the landscape at West Point Treatment Facility and was the principle aesthetic force behind the masterwork that is Freeway Park.

The Stranger's Charles Mudede investigates:


  • This story really makes me to realize how important is life to us. She's really smart and full-vibrant plus mentally strong.

    By Anonymous Unidesign, at 12:10 AM  

  • I had the amazing blessing of an opportunity to have Ms. Angela sit next to me on a flight yesterday. We talked as my baby slept and she inspired me in ways that I hadn't felt since my days in graduate school obtaining my MFA. She is an amazing woman whose talent and passion for her work needs to be captured and preserved . . . I asked her if she would right a book and she is much too busy . . . any ghost writers out there?

    By Anonymous A. Metz de Montiel, at 12:54 PM  

  • Life is so important and people often overlook these things. Her story is very uplifting and inspiring. Thank you.


    By Blogger Goal Setting, at 1:22 PM  

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