Public Art in Sammamish

Throughout the years, the Arts Commission has played a key role in acquiring significant art pieces, integrating art and culture to create a sense of place, civic identity and unique character in Sammamish.  Each showcased piece has a story.  Explore the significance and the journey of the public art throughout the City.

Art Title/Work Artist Location Year
Totem Poles David Boxley, Tsimshian Tribe Beaver Lake Park 1992
Four Seasons Mosaic Mural Connie Walsworth Sammamish Commons Park Plaza 2004
"Confluence" Sculpture Deb Young Sammamish Commons Park Plaza 2007
Rooster   Lower Sammamish Commons Park  
"Magnetic Drawing" Nola Avienne Sammamish City Hall 2008
"Late Summer" Quilt Ellin Larimer Sammamish City Hall Lobby 2010
"Two Canoes" nine piece photo/painting Kathy Hastings Sammamish City Hall 2011
"Shadows Fall" original paper cut Hannah Viano Sammamish City Hall (limited access) 2012
Garden Gates Garth Edwards Lower Sammamish Commons Community Garden 2015
"The One Who Reached the Stars" metal sculpture Michelle Van Slyke Sammamish City Hall Lobby 2015
"Steps, Ladder 83" Al Zold  SE 32nd Way and Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd 2016
"Forms in Flight" Al Zold  216th Ave NE and Inglewood Hill Rd 2016
"Circle the Roundabout" Al Zold  NE 8th and 244th Ave NE 2016
"Positive and Negative" Al Zold  NE 8th and Stan Chapin Way 2016
Fireworks, Photograph Harshwinder Singh Sammamish City Hall. City Manager's Conference Room 2017
Wraps, Utility Boxes     2018
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