Second centennial sculpture unveiled

  • Written by Valley View Staff

vvartistLisa Allen/staff photo. Artist Ken Turner, of Seattle, discusses the second centennial sculpture “Future Bridge” following its unveiling during SandBlast, saying it represents “all the good things we have now, including our schools, small farms, environment and community.” The second centennial sculpture, created by Seattle artist Ken Turner, was unveiled during the July SandBlast Festival.

The sculpture demonstrates Duvall’s current lifestyle and bridge to the future with ribbons of stainless steel representing the river. The overhead "bridge" casts a neat shadow when the "light is right." Turner said that in the bridge portion he included wildlife,  including an eagle, farms, businesses, families and even a computer chip. 

The first sculpture on Centennial Way,  titled "Free Spirit," is by Seattle artist Brandon Zebold and portrays the mid-century lifestyle of Duvall.

The final centennial art piece, by Duvall artist Dan Cautrell, is due to make its appearance on September 14 during the Duvall Art Walk. It will represent the early years of Duvall and its pioneering spirit.

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