Sequim Civic Center Art

Sequim Civic Center Art Brochure

Civic Center Sculpture

The glass and metal sculpture was donated by friends and family of Bobbi Burkett. The art piece consists of 10 colorful glass plates mounted on a metal armature. Approximately $11,000 was raised by the community through a fund created by the Olympic View Community Foundation. The piece was designed and constructed by Bob Rigg of Seattle Glassblowing Studio.

Why the Sun Always Shines in Sequim

The City of Sequim is honored by the generous donation of the spectacular 30 foot totem pole (PDF) from the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe. The totem pole (PDF) was placed on the Civic Center plaza in 2015 and is a major focal point in the plaza.

Stained Glass Elk Window at Guy Cole Center

Thank you to artist, Mille Harrell, for the beautiful stained glass window in the Guy Cole Center at Carrie Blake Community Park.

A fundraising campaign raised $8,730 toward the purchase of this window valued at $29,000. Thank you to Millie and Ron Harrell for waiving the remaining purchase price and donating the window to the City of Sequim.

Thank you to our donors!

  • Patsy & Dave Mattingley
  • Sharon & Del Delabarre
  • Nancy Goldstien
  • Sharon Scairpon
  • Patricia Zettas
  • Nancy Foro
  • Dennis Smith
  • Dana Ford
  • Patricia Meyers
  • Pam Leonard-Ray
  • Elaine & Bob Caldwell
  • Eileen Cummings
  • Bob Lake
  • Dave & Carole Neidhardt
  • Cathy Grant
  • Suzan Mannisto
  • Barry & Sydna Baker
  • Erika Hemerquist
  • Genaveve Starr
  • Susan Gansert Shaw
  • Loretta Bilow

Sunlight and Shadow

Thank you to David Reynolds who donated this aluminum sculpture to the City of Sequim in 2002. This sculpture is located in the reuse demonstration site in the Carrie Blake Community Park.

David stated that "the inspiration of Sunlight and Shadow lies in contrast, night and day, sunshine and shadow, yin/yang, happy/sad, a metaphor for the mood swings of life."