Each year, the La Conner Arts Commission selects sculptures, on a competitive basis, and then exhibits them as a walking tour throughout town. These impressive works, on loan from sculptors around the Northwest, are for exhibit and for sale. The proceeds from sales are used to purchase public art for the Town of La Conner. “Crossing Point” at the Skagit County Historical Museum; “Apple Tree” and “Spirit Wheel” near Maple Hall; and the “Fish Bridge”, which serves as a gangway to a public dock on First Street, are examples of public art the Town owns. The Arts Commission manages La Conner’s permanent collection of art and sculptures.
Below you’ll find information on the 2012 exhibit.