After much anticipation, John Grade's Middle Fork is finally up in the main entry/Brotman Forum of Seattle Art Museum. This large scale sculpture was created from plaster casts of a 140-year-old hemlock tree located in Washington's Cascade Mountains. Middle Fork is a 105-feet-long, uniquely beautiful piece of art made of individual small sections of reclaimed old-growth cedar. Take a look a the video here to see how Middle Fork came together. Just one more reason to book our Museum Package and explore everything SAM has to offer, including their newly renovated and revamped cafe, TASTE.