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This is my second instalment of Art Walk at the Waterfront! This Town has so much to offer residents, and tourists alike. When looking through the lens during the Art Walk it was fun to see how a Tourist might view this town. Perhaps as a wonderful, quaint, and friendly place. A perfect setting to take in the sights, sounds, and beauty of the West Coast of British Columbia.



by Michael Robb

Is meant for the viewer to develop their own interpretation of the piece.

A close up view of Ponticus.

 Sanctuary of Peace

by Samuel and Deryk Houston

This 25 foot sculpture reaches to the sky as a statement of hope, new growth, and peace.

A close up of Sanctuary of Peace


by Lyle Hamer

This sculpture was done with eco-friendly materials.

Centaur (Chiron)

by Philip Organ

The centaur Chiron acted as a beacon of hope for those to follow.

This is the end of the path for the second instalment of Art Walk at the Waterfront! I hope that you have enjoyed the Art Walk so far. I will have a third and final segment to the Art Walk in my next post!

Until then, I hope that you have time to walk around your town, or city. Perhaps take a moment to enjoy what is around you, whether its nature at its finest, or art in its simplest form. Just to be in the moment and see what surrounds you in your town.

Do you have an Art Walk in your town like we have here? If so I’d like to hear about it, drop a comment and tell me about it!