by Malcolm Moran, 1989
Seattle-born sculptor Malcolm Moran has lived a colorful life: He’s been a designer for General Motors and Boeing, art directed the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, and shown his work at the White House at the invitation of President Ford. But he’s perhaps best known for his metal sculptures of children. That’s what you’ll find here in the library, with this sweet brass figure of a young boy flying a kite.
Donated in memory of M. Winifred Enstrom