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Art in Stanley Park

A lot of people don't realize that there is a bunch of art in Stanley Park.  Some of the art (Killer Whale) is done by world reknown artists such as Bill Reid, and other art (Two Spirits) by anonymous artists.  There is also some unique environmental and ephemeral art that was done in the park.  These environmental and ephemeral are meant to disintegrate over time and return to nature!  There are some artists that produce and sell their artwork in the park also.  You can find them on the English Bay Seawall, at the Painter's Circle and outside the Vancouver Aquarium.  We recommend that you explore Stanley Park and find all the art like we did!

Killer Whale - Chief of the Undersea World

Chief of the Undersea World
Chief of the Undersea World

Chief of the Undersea World is a large bronze statue at the Vancouver Aquarium created by the famous Haida artist Bill Reid.

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Two Spirits Artwork

Two Spirits artwork
Two Spirits artwork

The Two Spirits artwork is a piece of guerilla art.  Nobody has claimed responsibility for making this art.  It is nestled in the forest near Second Beach.  We have some of the only photos of this artwork on our website and will tell you how to find it!

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Cozy Environmental Art

what remains of the Cozy Environmental Art
what remains of the Cozy Environmental Art

Cozy was a piece of "environmental" art that was created in 2009 by artist Shirley Wiebe.  It was a tree stump covered with woodend disks that were woven together.  Being "environmental", it was meant to disintegrate over time and go back to nature.

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Peter Berg's Pencil Art

Peter Berg's Pencil Art
Peter Berg's Pencil Art

Peter Berg is a pencil artist that displays his work on the seawall at English Bay.  He has amazing drawings!

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Listen Environmental Art

Listen Environmental Art
Listen Environmental Art

Listen is a piece of environmental art in Stanley Park.

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Portugese Joe Statue

Portugese Joe Statue
Portugese Joe Statue

The Portugese Joe Statue is the newest statue in Stanley Park commemorating Portugese Joe, an interesting guy, who once lived in Stanley Park.

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Raven Statue

Raven Statue
Raven Statue

The Raven Statue is an artwork made from trees that fell during a windstorm.

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K'Ayacht'n! Environmental Art

K'Ayacht'n! Environmental Art
K'Ayacht'n! Environmental Art

K'Ayacht'n! is a piece of environmental art in Stanley Park

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Portal Murals

Portal Murals
Portal Murals

These are 3 circular murals that represent interesting British Columbia historical architecture.

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Entwined Environmental Art

Entwined Environmental Art
Entwined Environmental Art

Entwined is a piece of environmental art in Stanley Park.

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Cedar Ephemeral Art

Cedar Ephemeral Art
Cedar Ephemeral Art

sorry we dont have a photo of cedar yet

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Xapayay Ephemeral Art

Xapayay Ephemeral Art
Xapayay Ephemeral Art

Xapayay is a piece of ephemeral art in Stanley Park

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Uprooted Ephemeral Art

Uprooted Ephemeral Art
Uprooted Ephemeral Art

sorry we dont have a photo of cedar yet

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Fringe Ephemeral Art

Fringe Ephemeral Art
Fringe Ephemeral Art

Fringe is a piece of ephemeral art in Stanley Park.

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Hibernators Ephemeral Art

Hibernators Ephemeral Art
Hibernators Ephemeral Art

Hibernators is a piece of ephemeral art in Stanley Park.

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Birth Ephemeral Art

Birth Ephemeral Art
Birth Ephemeral Art

Birth is a piece of ephemeral art in Stanley Park.

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Painters Circle

Painters Circle
Painters Circle

The Painters Circle is an area just north of the Information Booth and is a place where artist produce and sell paintings.

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