It was a public art project “years in the making.” But with the flash of gold scissors in the Tuesday afternoon sun, “Three Sails” was officially dedicated. On hand was Sultan sculptor Kevin Pettelle, who said he leaves a bit of himself behind when he wheels back home. Presiding over the evcnt was Jack Darnton, acclaimed as the volunteer coordinator who persevered to see the project through. The sculpture stands at the top of the hill coming from the state ferry terminal. Participant organizations in the project included the City of Anacortes, the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce Beautification Committee, the Anacortes Arts Festival and the state Department of Transportation. Pettelle (Soul in Bronze Studio) is pictured here with his sculpture (black jacket).
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