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Salvaged commercial artifact as sculpture

Salvaged commercial artifact as sculpture

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Spire, 2007, basalt, private collection, North Vancouver, BC, Canada. Michael Binkley abstract stone sculpture.

Spire, 2007, basalt, private collection, North Vancouver, BC, Canada. Michael Binkley abstract stone sculpture.

‘non-sign II’ is an installation by seattle based art collective lead pencil studio located at the Canada-US border near Vancouver. The sculpture is made from small stainless steel rods that are assembled together to create the negative space of a billboard.

Billboard Installation

‘non-sign II’ is an installation by seattle based art collective lead pencil studio located at the Canada-US border near Vancouver. The sculpture is made from small stainless steel rods that are assembled together to create the negative space of a billboard.

“Urban Reef” wins Robson Redux 2014 in downtown Vancouver, Canada

“Urban Reef” wins Robson Redux 2014 in downtown Vancouver, Canada

I sat on these when I was in Vancouver! Lol “Urban Reef” wins Robson Redux 2014 in downtown Vancouver, Canada

Janet Echelman's Largest Aerial Sculpture To Premiere in Vancouver Janet Echelman's Largest Aerial Sculpture To Premiere in Vancouver

Janet Echelman Reshaping Urban Airspace World-Wide

Janet Echelman's Largest Aerial Sculpture To Premiere in Vancouver Janet Echelman's Largest Aerial Sculpture To Premiere in Vancouver

A totem can be the symbol of a tribe, clan, family or individual. Native American tradition provides that each individual is connected with nine different animals that will accompany each person through life, acting as guides. Different animal guides come in and out of our lives depending on the direction that we are headed and the tasks that need to be completed along our journey. (image: Monument in the Mist ~ by Carol Evans)

A totem can be the symbol of a tribe, clan, family or individual. Native American tradition provides that each individual is connected with nine different animals that will accompany each person through life, acting as guides. Different animal guides come in and out of our lives depending on the direction that we are headed and the tasks that need to be completed along our journey. (image: Monument in the Mist ~ by Carol Evans)

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