This horse caught my eye at Over the Fence. They weren’t yet open, so it’s a photo through the fence.
I read recently that this business is for sale as the owners are ready to retire. This is a wonderful place to shop. I hope it stays as great in the future.
There’s an eye catching mural on the side of a building on the road into Port Townsend. It was a Honda motorcycle and engine dealership but the building’s empty now and a “For Sale” sign adorns the front.
This sculpture is in the front yard of a residence, partly hidden by large rhododendron bushes. We’d almost driven by before I saw it out of the corner of my eye.
The patina of aged wood lends it character.
The temporary former location of the Sequim Farmer’s Market has taken on a new life. “Whimsy Park” is something of a popup park that has transformed a previously bare lot on Washington Street. A mural that was incomplete several months ago is now enhancing a space with picnic tables, a small stage, and straw bale seating.
Landscaping has been installed and wood chips soften the look of formerly bare soil. The space is inviting, colorful, and far more welcoming than it previously was.
DH found this wooden sculpture nestled under a tree at Anjo Soils in Carlsborg recently.
It’s the sort of thing that might easily escape notice. DH has been here many times and never saw it until recently.
This is another piece of kinesthetic street art in Port Angeles, part of the city’s “Art on the Town” organized by the Port Angeles Downtown Merchants Association. This one is called “Bernard 2” by Craig Walker of White Salmon, WA, a town in southern Washington on the Columbia River. The top part of this piece rotates in the wind.
On a grey day this striking glass art brightens a corner in the Sequim Civic Center lobby. The piece was commissioned by friends and family in memory of Bobbi Burkett, wife of Sequim’s former City Manager Steve Burkett. The work was designed and constructed by artist Bob Rigg of Seattle Glassblowing Studio.