New Local Art at Olympia’s Percival Landing

by Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty, Inc. on July 17, 2013


Take a walk along the Percival Landing boardwalk and you will notice some great new art! The displayed sculptures are those of Washington artists and are part of the Percival Plinth Project which houses “loaned” art along the boardwalk.  These loaned pieces are up for public vote to determine which piece the city will acquire next. At the end of the year, the city purchases the sculpture chosen by the people and permanently relocates it along Percival Landing. Last year’s winner, Windstar, was by Olympia sculptor Ross Matteson and stands in the Port Plaza.

The official kick off for the exhibition takes place on July 26th at the Harbor House. Public voting begins at the same time and runs through August 31st.

To learn more, visit the City of Olympia, Parks and Recreation “Percival Plinth Project” page at: .


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