Submitted by City of Olympia
Join us to kick off the exhibition of 15 new sculptures along Percival Landing, meet the artists and cast your vote for the 2017 Peoples’ Choice Award recipient. The event is Friday, July 7, 2017, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Harbor House on Percival Landing, 325 Columbia St NW.
Can’t make the kick-off? The voting period lasts through July 31, 2017 and ballots are available July 7 along Percival Landing next to the sculptures. Voters must personally visit all 15 sculptures, and completed ballots submitted in person at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW (conveniently located right next to Percival Landing), the Boater Moorage kiosk or mailed in.
About the Percival Plinth Sculpture Project:
The Percival Plinth Sculpture Project selects fifteen sculptures each year to be displayed on the City of Olympia’s Percival Landing. During the month of July community members and visitors have the opportunity to vote for their favorite. The sculpture with the most votes will be awarded the People’s Choice Sculpture Award and be added to the City’s permanent art collection. After you turn in your 2017 ballot feel free to visit the 2016 winning sculpture Joie de Vivre by David Varnau currently on display at Olympia City Hall.
- Ribbon by Rodger Squirrell
- Peace Dove by Charles Fitzgerald
- Fat Tire #2 by Lance Carleton
- Stargazer by Timm Duffy
- Sentry by Kevin Au
- Fossil II by Lin McJunkin & Milo White
- Aqueous by Cyrra Robinson
- The Wisdom Seeker by Leon White
- Wounds of Time by Grant Walker
- Midori Spring by Ann Fleming
- Diana’s Quiver by Karsten Boysen
- Earthsound by Jon Kalin
- Doryman by Louise McDowell
- Embrace by Ken Turner
- Growing II by Jesse Swickard