These are located on Bellevue on Capital Hill and are up til August 7th, after which these houses (which aren't in bad shape) will be demolished for condos.
The first house contained animated wooden structures and was a favorite with children.
The art at these houses—three houses in a row—is part of a project called Mad Homes. It's the contemporary show of the summer, a freer, wilder version of Seattle Art Museum's current art-in-a-parlor survey of 19th- century landscape painting. Mad Homes is the colonization of a morphing location by 14 sweaty artists.
MadArt's stated aim is "to bring art into our lives in unexpected ways," and with "Mad Homes" it has outdone itself.
Mad Homes on Capitol Hill opens Saturday, July 16 | CHS Capitol Hill Seattle - The former owner of these houses is "thrilled."
Mad Homes : Exhibition | MadArt Seattle - the artists' website for the exhibit