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Salty Scenes of Seattle, now exclusively at Watson Kennedy.

Watson Kennedy in Seattle has been described as a ‘preview of heaven’ by the Huffington Post. Ted Kennedy Watson, the man behind the store, is ‘a Seattle tastemaker’ according to Town & Country magazine. Plus, Ted has also won the Northwest Design Award for Interior Design.

Artwork of a sailing boat with a red hull and red dot on the sail
Clear Sailing Ahead, available from Watson Kennedy, Seattle

Now Watson Kennedy is also the exclusive home of my Salty Scenes of Seattle series. Described by one collector as a little bit Wes Anderson, these works capture the naive nautical nuance of Seattle, the Salish Sea and the Puget Sound.

All the works are framed in timber reclaimed from old barns from farms across the United States, bringing that extra touch of authenticity to the works.

A collage by Ray Monde of an orange life ring with the work Kaleetan on it
Arrow (Kaleetan), ferry life ring available from Watson Kennedy, Seattle

Here’s a selection of Salty Scenes of Seattle now at Watson Kennedy.

To add Salty Scenes to your collection, visit Watson Kennedy Fine Living, 86 Pine Street, Seattle – Watson Kennedy Fine Home, 1022 First Avenue, Seattle – or shop online at

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