Seattle, Washington: Big Paddle Ball

A large hand holds a paddle; the ball, just whacked, is 42 feet in the air at the end of its tether. July 2021 public art by Catherine Mayer.

Address:
167 Spring St., Seattle, WA
Directions:
Downtown, on the southwest corner of Second Ave. and Spring St.
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Giant Paddleball

"What Goes Up Must Come Down" is a giant paddle-ball sculpture by Catherine Mayer. It is about 42 feet tall and made of fiberglass and steel. Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Spring St. in downtown Seattle.

[Linda McEvoy, 08/09/2021]

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