Due to the events of the last year, and ongoing, I’m not getting out of the house as much as I did before. Which to be honest wasn’t a lot to begin with. Yesterday I had the good fortune to make it out to where I used to live, Richmond, BC and was able to take some pictures of art and my surroundings.
Another post as I’ve decided to continue to search our the North Shore here in British Columbia for interesting public art. As time permits I’ll be adding more information as to where and what each picture is. Its one reason that Im happy to live where I do in Canada.
Seylynn Village Sculpture by Weppler, Rhonda and Mahovsky, Trevor.
Sacred Mountains by Jody Broomfield
The Sleuth Bears in Lynn Valley, BC by Dam de Nogales, Veronica & Edwin
Given the boredom of social distancing and keeping to ones self I’ve found that searching out various public art on the North Shore in British Columbia Canada has been interesting. Here are a few of the recent pictures of taken of these.
Walter McKay Draycott (World War I)
Coho Creek Spirits
Word to Your Motherland by Nisha K. Sembi, Miguel “Bounce” Perez, Corey Bulpitt and Take5
I am very lucky to live in the Province that I do in Canada. We have some of the most amazing places that you can visit in nature. A few days ago my Mother and I visited Lightouse Park again and these are some of the photos of that trip.