The Craigflower Public Art Project in Saanich, BC is a steel, concrete and glass form installed at the eastern side of the Craigflower Bridge.  It is approximately 10’ long, clad in glass with fused imagery, colour and text.

It’s curving, serpentine form mimics the curving flow of the Gorge waterway while the imagery is influenced by the history of the site and the huge Garry Oak trees that are found in the vicinity of the bridge.

I decided to use the Garry Oaks as a vehicle to express the oral histories of the place. Stories discovered in the archives and with local residents are inscribed into the images of the trees.

Digital rendering of proposed sculpture in place

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