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  • The story of Cabrillo Amarillo

    The unicorn sculpture, named Cabrillo Amarillo, was part of the Percival Plinth Project, an annual public art competition hosted by Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation. It was created by artist Paul Kuniholm Pauper of Seattle.

The unicorn sculpture, named Cabrillo Amarillo, was part of the Percival Plinth Project, an annual public art competition hosted by Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation. It was created by artist Paul Kuniholm Pauper of Seattle. COURTESY City of Olympia
The unicorn sculpture, named Cabrillo Amarillo, was part of the Percival Plinth Project, an annual public art competition hosted by Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation. It was created by artist Paul Kuniholm Pauper of Seattle. COURTESY City of Olympia

Missing: Yellow unicorn. Last seen at Percival Landing.

April 05, 2017 8:53 AM