This artwork is functional and architecturaly enhancing and adds a unique and playful artistic sensibility to the design of the gates and the dining terrace guardrails of the Edgemont Senior Living residence. The design of the brightly coloured work is inspired by stylized, abstracted braches and birds and can be viewed from within the residence as well as from the street. Together, the tree branches and birds symbolize the cultivation of life and home within a nurturing and stable natural habitat.
About the Artist:
Crystal Przybille has exhibited in Canada and Europe, and has received several grants for her work, including from the Canada Council for the Arts and the BC Arts Council. She received the Okanagan Arts Award for Visual Art in 2012. She has created several public artworks, including The Father Pandosy Mission 150th Anniversary Commemorative Sculpture, The Hands of Time - the City of Victoria's 150th Anniversary Commemorative Sculpture and Illuminature for the City of Kelowna.
3020 Woodbine Drive
Powder coated cut and cast aluminum and tempered, textured art glass.