Bollard Stamp

Bollard Stamp

Using the three basic geometric elements for Coast Salish design: the trigon, circle, and crescent. Bryce Williams created a stamp that has been used as a graphic element to adorn posts and walkways at Tsawwassen Mills. The use of geometric symmetry in Coast Salish...
THE RAVEN SPINDLE WHORL

THE RAVEN SPINDLE WHORL

Spindle whorls were often carved with images of animals, geometrics or other symbolic images. On this spindle whorl the Raven signifies creation and knowledge. The spindle and its accompanying whorl comprise a simple, elegant tool that has been used for spinning...
Bear

Bear

The Bear portrays the abstract idea of Tsawwassen’s local animals in nature from the perspective of an artist. The collage and assembly of a wide variety of materials represent the viewpoints of several types of artists: photographer, sculptor, metalworker, wood...
Bikes

Bikes

The concept behind these pieces are outdoor activities representing various Vancouver recreational activities, such as hiking, snowboarding, rock climbing, fishing, cycling and rowing.  Some of these pieces on the ceiling and floor specifically name several trails,...