This 8 ft. tall bronze sculpture was created by Eastern Shore artist, David Turner. Turner is a graduate of The College of William & Mary and has been creating bronze works for more than 30 years. The Cedar Waxwing bronze was gifted to the City of Williamsburg by TACL last year and was installed in the City's Bicentennial Park on Thursday, April 18, 2019, at 11:00am. TACL Board members Senator Monty Mason, Misti Spong, Michele DeWitt and Terry Buntrock were present for the installation. Also present were members of the City Communications Department and City Public Works Department who assisted with lifting the 450 pound Cedar Waxwing sculpture into place. The cost of the project was $25,000, and the work is now part of the City's Public Art Collection. The Cedar Waxwing holds a crab apple in his beak. TACL hopes to add more bronze artwork to Bicentennial Park, so the park becomes an even more beautiful destination for residents and visitors. Photos below include the sculpture in mold phase and clay phase in the artist's studio, as well as installed in its permanent home.