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Edmonds Waterfront

Edmonds Waterfront

I need a little reminder of the beautiful days we had last month. Here are a few pictures of the Edmonds waterfront area. There are several public art installations along the waterfront. This guy is crawling up the stairs from the sand. It is part of the work called "The Locals" by Georgia Gerber.

Farther along the waterfront is a fishing pier. It has a whimsical metal art work representing salmon swimming - "School of Fish" by Buster Simpson. Turning around - a great view of the marina and Olympic mountains in the distance. Art by mother nature.

More on the public art in Edmonds - Public Art Collection

Edmonds Waterfront
"School of Fish"

Edmonds Waterfront
View from fishing pier

Comments (5)

I love the first guy, he looks so real!

Barb Cabot:

We have a little sea statue like that one at the beach close to our house. It's called Seal Beach. Lovely blue of the sky and the sea. A perfect looking day.

What wonderful art work. I love that seal (or is it a sea lion?)



Thought the sea lion was real for a moment there! Nice photos :)

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