Grey’s Anatomy: Set Decor at Seattle Grace

published Sep 19, 2007
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As much as we HATED Grey’s Anatomy last season, we are kinda sorta totally looking forward to seeing it the new fall season, if only to see what kind of muck-slinging goes on in front (and perhaps behind) the camera. Frankly, we’re hoping for less ER-inspired ferry disaster and more “You betta sit your $5 ass down before I make some CHANGE, McStupid!” kinda talk. But regardless of our Leery Karev Drinking Game, the
native art at Seattle Grace might keep us tuned in (and vowing never to step into a teaching hospital).

We first spied this Marika Swan print by Joe David in the Big Cheesy Chief’s office when Patrick Dempsey was boo-hooing his way to the top, and we’ve been on the hunt ever since. This style of art is identified with the modern Northwest Coast Native art movement (kudos to the Grey’s Anatomy set decor for an excellent research job) which celebrates traditional Northwest native cultures. Interested in getting your own? We’ve found the most extensive collection (including serigraphs that are featured in Seattle Grace) at the Alcheringa Gallery located in British Columbia, Canada.