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Washougal proudly showcases world-class works of art in a variety of mediums in many corners of the city and throughout its parks.

Discover Washougal Art Map

#1 - The Choice
Washougal Library, 1661 C Street       By Sharon Warman Agnor – 2010  On loan from the artist
#2 - Seaman Sculpture
Reflection Plaza, 1703 Main Street        By Heather Soderberg-Greene – 2015  Funded by Community Contributions
#3 - Wind
Beaver Park, 1200 A Street        By Kathy Willson – 2015  Funded by Community Contributions and the Beaver Family
#4 - Butterfly Bench
Beaver Park, 1200 A Street        By Jennifer Corio & Dave Frei – 2015  Funded by Washougal Parks
#5 - Cob Bench
Beaver Park, 1200 A Street        By Francis Michaelson & June Bonnheim – 2015  Funded by Washougal Parks
#6 - Earth
SR-14 Pedestrian Tunnel, 2 Pendleton Way-North Entrance        By Sharon Warman Agnor – 2013  Funded by Shirley Scott
#7 - Petroglyphs
SR-14 Pedestrian Tunnel, 2 Pendleton Way- Inside Tunnel       By Rex Ziak – 2010  Funded by City of Washougal
#8 - Broughton Monument
SR-14 Pedestrian Tunnel, 2 Pendleton Way-South Entrance       By Doris Wildman, original cast in 1926.  Funded by Washougal Parks
#9 - Fire
Steamboat Landing, 100 South Washougal River Road       By Jennifer Corio & Dave Frei – 2016  Funded by Molly Coston in honor of Phil Harris
#10 - Eagle Over the Mountain
Federal Order of Eagles Building, 1910 Main Street   By Jamie Graninger – 2016  Funded by Federal Order of Eagles
#12 - Canoes at Captain William Clark Park
Captain William Clark Park, 3500 Block Index Street     By Turnstone Construction 2005  Funded by Clark County
# 13 - Captain William Clark Bust
Washougal City Hall – Inside, 1701 C Street                           By William Ordway Partridge, original casting 1904.  This piece 2005  Funded by City of Washougal
#14 - Wooden Fish Sculpture
Hathaway Park, 799 25th Street  By Toby J’s Custom Carving – 2012  Funded by City of Washougal
#15 - Welded Salmon Downspout
Two Rivers Heritage Museum, 1 Durgan Street             By Vlad Sumchenko – 2002  Funded by Camas-Washougal Historical Society   
#16 - Rain Diffuser
Washougal Town Square, 1700 Main Street By Ivan McLean – 2007  Funded by Lone Wolf Development
#18 - Metal Salmon Walkway
Washougal Waterfront Park, 56 South 1st Street                 By Malo Hasselblad – 2016  Funded by Community Contributions to Port of Camas-Washougal
#19 - Compass View Point
Washougal Waterfront Park, 56 South 1st Street  By Vance Wells with Vevaco – 2016  Funded by Port of Camas-Washougal            
#20 - For The Birds - Bird Houses
Washougal City Hall, 1701 C Street   By the Community – 2016   Funded by Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance   
#21 - Sasquatch Painting
Big Food Inn – Inside, 105 Pendleton Way  By Woody Cooper – 1961  Funded by Big Foot Inn

         

#22 - Tayi ``Headman`` Stone
Chinook Plaza in Parker’s Landing Historical Park, 24 South A Street   By Greg A Robinson- 2012  Funded by Port of Camas-Washougal
#23 - Stained Glass Panels of Historic Images
Two Rivers Heritage Museum – Inside, 1 Durgan Street   By Teri Neville  Funded by Camas-Washougal Historical Society Memorial Fund
#24 - Golden Back Heron
Washougal City Hall, 1701 C Street  By Tom Jackson – 2016  Funded by Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance    
#25 - Steigerwald Art Trail
Steigerwald Natural Wildlife Refuge, 35001 Lewis & Clark Highway   Funded by Federal Government
#26 - Cub-napped
1807 Main Street,   By Travis London – 2017  Funded by Bruce and Heidi Kramer 
#27 - Wilson Cady Heron
Textured Forest Products, 720 S 27th Street,   By Travis London – 2016  Funded by Travis London
#28 - Limitless Mural
Limitless America, 501 S 26th Street,  By Bobby Johnson – everchanging  Funded by Limitless America         
#29 - Forever Faithful
Washougal Police Station 1320 A Street       By Susan Bahary – 2017  Funded by Washougal Arts and Culture Allince
#30 - Discovery
Jemtegaard Middle School, 35300 SE Evergreen Hwy      By Robin Holder – 1986  Funded by Washington State Art Funds for Washougal School District
#31 - Water
Downtown Washougal, corner of Pendleton and Main  By Wendy Armstrong – 2018  Funded by Kind Heart Free Spirit Foundation
#32 - Migration
Washougal City Hall, 1701 C Street      By Hunter Neathame and Suzanne Grover – 2018  Funded by City of Washougal and Washougal School District
#33 - Historic Lager
Big Foot Inn, 105 Pendleton Way    By Travis London – 2018  Funded by Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance
#34 - Chak' - Chak
Washougal Waterfront Park Trail, 56 South 1st Street  By Heather Soderberg-Greene – 2018  Funded by Port of Camas-Washougal
#35 - Bobcat
Washougal Bi-Mart, 3003 Addy Street  By Travis London – 2018  Funded by Travis London
#36 - Eagle at Hathaway Park
Lower Hathaway Park, 799 25th Street    By Shane McLean – 2018  Funded by Shane McLean 
#37 - Let's Play Ball
Lower Hathaway Park, 799 25th Street    By JMS Club 8 students lead by Dani Allen – 2018  Funded by Washougal Parks 
#38 - Princess White Wing Mural (coming 2019!)
1661 C Street   By Toma Villa  Funded by Washington State Arts Commission SNAP Grant, City of Washougal and Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance