locate

Sculpture

"locate" abstractly speaks to the landscape of the north shore as well as the idea of how a house informs our sense of home. Houses and neighbourhoods are inherently one of the ways we define community. Reflecting on the archetypal house form, the sculpture’s varying heights mimic the mountains, while its linear elements create a dynamic visual puzzle with an implied reference as to how urban environments are drawn and defined.
 

Specifications

Sculpture completed by Catherine Lavelle, in loving memory of Douglas Senft. 

 

About the Artist:

Douglas Senft graduated with honours from the Vancouver School of Art in 1972. His work is in private and public collections, the City of Vancouver Municipal Collection, the Art Bank of Canada and the Washington State Arts Public Place Collection. After many years of designing and fabricating welded steel art furniture and architectural elements, he devoted the majority of his practice in recent years to the creation of public art projects. Mr. Senft lived and worked in Royston, B.C.

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