Five stylized human figures, made from tubular steel, find their balance and attempt to “ride” the logs down a flume. This work communicates a deeply felt sense of place across the generations and reminds us of the early years in North Vancouver when logging was the primary industry.
About the Artist:
Carlos Basanta was born in Pontevedra, Spain and attended the University of Madrid. Since 1970, he has worked as an artist in Canada, the United States, Japan, Spain and Israel. He began working as a public artist: first as a muralist (both painting and mosaic) and has been working in sculpture almost exclusively since 1979. His artworks have been exhibited internationally.
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