Worked closely with a group of advisors to create works for a new Elders building facility the included carved cedar house posts representing male and female ancestors and a symbolic grandmother figure representing Mt. Rainier sacred to the Puyallup people located about the doorway entrance which served to greet visitors for gathering times. A triptych canvas was also installed called “Foundations I” that shows a scene of a man in a canoe with salmon underwater as well as an octopus with the trees and mountain above with a moon and north wind in the sky. Two glass and cedar panels depicting wolves and the mountain on one and Octopus on the other relief carved and sandblasted glass.