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This is a view from above of the Frye Art Museum on First Hill. It opened in 1952 and I've always loved this distinctive design of modern architect Paul Thiry, one of the the area's most tasteful designers of public buildings in the 50s and 60s. I enjoy visiting the Frye in any season, as its exhibits are free and it offers valuable youth programs that encourage young artists and make a difference in the community.