People-watching and gazing out the window are common ways to pass time on the bus. Tacoma artist Lynn Di Nino took this to the next level by creating an art exhibit inspired by her 35 mile long Tacoma-Seattle commute consisting of 3-dimensional portraits of bus riders sitting next to photographs, which are real window scenes taken on the bus. Correspondent Whitney Henry-Lester visited Lynn, here’s her dispatch.
Images of Lynn Di Nino’s show “Riding the Express Bus 594”.
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