Suzanne Tidwell's will remain on display at for an additional two months this summer, Redmond City Council member Tom Flynn said at Tuesday's meeting.
Flynn, who is currently serving as the council's ombudsman, said he recently fielded an inquiry as to when the colorful display would be removed. The exhibition was originally scheduled to come down June 3 but that date has been extended to Aug. 12, he said.
Tidwell, a Sammamish artist, has received several work requests since the exhibition was completed in February, Flynn said, and she asked the city for additional time to remove her artwork.
“It’s also been very successfully received by most of the community,” Flynn said.
Meanwhile, Tidwell has installed a new fiber arts exhibition titled "Luminous" at Redmond Town Center for this weekend's .