Arlington Art Council Seeking Eagle Sculpture Artists

The Arlington Arts Council is seeking the perfect eagle sculpture for Arlington, and wants to consider all artists of Washington State who create eagle sculptures for outdoor use.  The bald eagle has played an important role in Arlington’s history, and the arts council will honor the eagle by commissioning an eagle sculpture.

The proposed location is outdoors, on top of the City Hall building on Olympic Avenue.  The competition is open to all artists who create eagles in durable, outdoor materials.  Size shall be life size or larger.

The Arlington Arts Council has budgeted $4,000 for this project.  For more information and how to submit an application, please call Sarah Higgins 360-403-3448 or email

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