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Fish fly on Island Crest Way

Two steel fish, crafted by artist and lawyer Lowell Halverson, catch the morning sun in a garden outside the Island Crest Lodge office building. Halverson and his wife formerly owned the building, which is filled with a lifelong collection of Native American art. The outside courtyard is also a vibrant gallery of Northwest-inspired art. See Lifestyles for the full story. - Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter
Two steel fish, crafted by artist and lawyer Lowell Halverson, catch the morning sun in a garden outside the Island Crest Lodge office building. Halverson and his wife formerly owned the building, which is filled with a lifelong collection of Native American art. The outside courtyard is also a vibrant gallery of Northwest-inspired art. See Lifestyles for the full story.
— image credit: Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter

Two steel fish, crafted by artist and lawyer Lowell Halverson, catch the morning sun in a garden outside the Island Crest Lodge office building. Halverson and his wife formerly owned the building, which is filled with a lifelong collection of Native American art. The outside courtyard is also a vibrant gallery of Northwest-inspired art. See Lifestyles for the full story.

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