December ushered in a fresh dose of stormy weather, following November’s sharp, clear snapping cold (unusual for balmy Vancouver).
On Stanley Park’s Seawall there’s more than meets the eye, from Eagle’s flights announced loudly from high in the Doug Firs, to tiny shells hidden under middens of wave action pounding at low tide. From art inspired by beaches, to bike and walking lanes sporting new red paint separations. Where have you found treasures along this coast shoreline? For more fun info about the Kitsilano Beach side of the seawall visit the seawallchronicles video at http://insidevancouver.strutta.com/entries/10263
The Christmas Tree and The Maple Leaf, as winter and holidays draw closer and closer. Here in Vancouver we still have lots of red and autumn leaves on the city maples along boulevards, but not many on this one!
COMING SOON – YALETOWN ART FAIR Urban Art in Yaletown, Sunday Nov 25th, 2012, hope to see you there!
In the heart of Vancouver, False Creek waterways offer lively views, miniferry transportation and sports afloat.
Seeing double images in art of west coast shore arbutus trees…
On themes of seaside and seawalls, on the way to an amazing ‘Papergirl’ art exhibition that celebrates the art of giving art, strollers pass bikers and frisbee players by English Bay at sunset.
At the historic Roundhouse in Yaletown, artists musicians and families mingle with sculpture and 2D images. Celebrating the art of giving art has never been more fun. After the weeklong show biker volunteers ‘gift members of the public arounf False Creek.