City installs new art work at Woodinville Sports Fields

  • Written by City of Woodinville
Workmen prepare site for the sculpture.Inset left to right: Chris Bigham (garden club), Randy Hudson (installer/artist’s husband), Ann Parrish (garden club), Georgia Gerber (artist), Deputy Mayor Jeff Glickman, Virginia Keck (artist’s assistant), Councilmember Susan Boundy-Sanders, Ann Neel (garden club). Photos courtesy of City of Woodinville.
A new art sculpture was installed October 27, at the Woodinville Sports Fields entrance on 131st Avenue NE.

The sculpture was made possible by a donation from the Woodinville Garden Club, marking three years of work to see the project come to fruition.

The new sculpture is a playful 4.5-foot tall bronze baseball glove that marks the entry point off 131st Avenue NE to the Woodinville Sports Fields. The sculpture was designed and built by northwest artist Georgia Gerber. This is the second Gerber statue the Woodinville Garden Club has donated to the city.  The city provided a concrete pad for the sculpture and will provide lighting and landscaping around the project.

The Woodinville Garden Club is a non-profit community organization that was founded in 1984.  The club provided a statue at DeYoung Park, contributed to the development of Wilmot Gateway Park, and has performed other civic projects throughout the area.

For more information on the Woodinville Garden Club, visit

For more information regarding the new sculpture or the Sports Fields, contact City Hall at (425) 489-2700.



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