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Guide to Pike Place Market’s Fall Mural Hunt

Guide to Pike Place Market’s Fall Mural Hunt

Posted October 30, 2019

Murals are once again popping up across Pike Place Market. Eight fall-themed murals will stay up through early December.

This is the third round of pop-up murals at the Market. Each mural is designed and painted by Market artists allowing them to showcase their work or explore a new artistic avenue.

Get to know each artist below!

Happy hunting >>> Mural Map!

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1. Happy Fall!

Spread happiness with this mural designed by Jennifer Cullin. It’s located on the second floor of the Atrium near Pasta Casalinga.

You might have seen Jennifer’s work throughout the Market this year. She was one of three artists who painted four pop-up murals last winter. She designed her first solo mural, The Wind Beneath My Wings, in May. She was also asked to paint a mural in the Secret Garden this summer.

Jennifer owns The Paper Feather, a card and stationery store on Western Avenue.


2. Look at These Vegetables!

Pose with huge veggies! This mural on Western Avenue at the bottom of the Pike Street Hill Climb has already turned heads and caught eyes. Brooke Westlund designed and painted this mural which sits about 20 steps from her Studio and Gallery.

This is Brooke’s third mural at Pike Place Market. In May, she brought back her signature flower design to create a beautiful gateway into a butterfly garden.

Earlier this month, a version of Brooke’s vegetable design was featured on Pike Place Market aprons that were given out during our harvest event, Costumes on the Cobblestones.


3. Come Swing With Me!

This is Patty Roberts’ first mural for Pike Place Market. You can find it outside the Leland building near the Pike Street Hill Climb.

Find Patty and her business, Falcorations Odyssey in the Pike Place Crafts Market where she sells creepy push monsters and rag dolls. Patty took part in the Alaskan Way Viaduct challenge earlier this year where we challenged Market artists to create items from Alaskan Way Viaduct rubble.


4. Eat Me!

Ariel Porrow painted this realistic apple on a wall in the Waterfront Viewing Area directly west of Pike Place Fish. Come take a bite out of it, if you dare.

Ariel is one of the newest artists to call Pike Place Market home. She will launch her studio and artist collective gallery in December in the DownUnder.


5. I’m On A Boat!

Stacey Sterling, whose passion for the ocean influences almost everything she does, painted this unique mural on the 3rd Level of the DownUnder.

Stand on the ramp behind the mural to get the full effect.

This is Stacey’s third mural this year at Pike Place Market. She designed and painted Love the Pod You’re With in February and Me and the Flowers in May.

Find Stacey most days in the Pike Place Crafts Market where she sells hand-painted children’s clothing.


6. Patty Cake

Play Patty Cake with this adorable fox located in the First & Pine Building right behind Rachel’s Ginger Beer. Kate Endle brought another one of her cute creatures to life for this autumn-inspired mural.

This is Kate’s second mural for Pike Place Market.

Kate is best known for her cute collages, books, and posters. Learn more about Kate and her company Kate Endle Illustrations, here.


7. Want A Sample?

Paying homage to our farmers and highstall workers, Lauren Rudeck created this mural located outside the MarketFront Pavilion.

This is Lauren’s second mural at Pike Place Market this year.

Find Lauren and a slew of cute animals at her shop, Robot vs Sloth on 1st Avenue and Pine Street.


8. Get Your Dancing Shoes On!

Carol Chen Lord brighten up a blank wall behind Bavarian Meats with these dancing vegetables. Join the party, strike a pose, and start snapping away.

This is Carol’s second mural at Pike Place Market this year. Find Carol in the Pike Place Crafts Market.