A rendering of the orange and yellow flower design on the roof of Tacoma Dome.

Thirty-two years ago, Andy Warhol lost an art competition. In 1982 when Tacoma (Wash.) Dome was under construction, the city put out a call for public art as a competition. Though Warhol competed, the community chose a sculpture to commemorate the facility. Decades later, the arts community is attempting to honor the artist’s original submission by putting his flower design on the Tacoma Dome’s ro...


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