Enduring Love

Artist: Daniel J. Cline
Category: Community
Sponsor: Commissioned by North Shore Compassionate Friends in partnership with the City of North Vancouver


Located in Victoria Park, this sculpture and its surrounding path represents the creative outcome of a collaborative community art process inviting bereaved parents to express the love felt for children lost from our sight but not from our hearts.  The white marble sculpture is surrounded by 57 flagstones each inscribed with a word or image contributed by a project participant.

The sculpture’s striking white marble was quarried from the northeast coast of Vancouver Island which has been finely polished to invite touch and create a glow in the sunlight that it is almost translucent.


Victoria Park

Marble Sculpture surrounded by 57 inscribed flagstones.

About the Artist:
Daniel Cline was born in 1963 in St. Catherines, ON and began sculpting in clay at an early age. After studying film and video production at Conferation College in Thunder Bay, ON, he began to carve in stone. Since then he has worked in a variety of mediums including alabaster, soapstone, marble and sandstone.