Baso Fibonacci

 
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Baso Fibonacci is a painter and muralist living and working in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle. His work highlights the intersection of urban and natural realms, a juxtaposition of the Northwest’s distinctive wildlife against a backdrop of contemporary street culture and its art. His mural placed adjacent to City Hall along the Sound Transit Wall offers a snapshot of Bellevue prior to human inhabitation and urbanization, with animals depicted in Fibonacci’s signature electric colors, emerging from a background shrouded in night—a portrait of the natural world that connects the lost past to the present.

 
 

Baso Fibonacci

Seattle, WA

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See Baso's work on the Sound Transit Wall outside of Bellevue's City Hall.