It was April 2008 when renowned Northwest sculptor Gerard Tsutakawa and team delivered the sculpture “Annie Curtis” to its home at Cap Sante Marina. A beautiful day for placement and unveiling, with many arts community and Port of Anacortes dignitaries on hand.
This is a scale model of the bronze sculpture that ultimately made its home at the main dock entrance to Cap Sante Boat Haven. Sculptor Gerard K. Tsutakawa titled his piece “Annie Curtis,” after the city’s namesake. The model was displayed in 2006, and the actual sculpture was put in place in 2008. It includes […]
This is one of several figures cut into the bronze sculpture on display at Cap Sante Boat Haven. The artist is Gerard Tsutakawa. He creates works ranging from small studio bronzes to large public art fountains. This sculpture is titled “Annie Curtis,” the city’s namesake, and includes a cutout figure of Curtis on the back […]
Pending research into the true title and identity of its creator, we’ll just call this new Commercial Avenue art piece “Gilbert Grape the Golfer.” The sculpture is located next door to Bob’s Chowder Bar and BBQ Salmon business on the sound end of Commercial Avenue. Update: It’s not a cluster of grapes! Duh. It’s a […]