Federal Courthouse Mural
Three Sets of Twelve is a large mural commissioned by the U.S.
General Services Administration for the lobby of the new federal courthouse
in Seattle. Comprised of three 9-foot by 80-foot panels one above the
other on a wall three stories high, the work explores the nature of
the jury system by depicting twelve people in their everyday work life
and as jurors in a courtroom context.
Partial view of Federal Courthouse Mural, level one.
Photo by Cathryn Vandenbrink, August 8, 2004