The native deer art works were carved using BC granite to reflect the permance of nature. Conceptually informed by a child's playful application of the Japanese art of origami, the works also recognize the original Japanese ownership of Maplewood Farm.
About the artists:
Paul Slipper is a North Vancouver based stone sculptor working as a full time artist since graduating from Emily Carr University in 1983. Having sold and shown both locally and internationally, his work has received numerous awards throughout North America and Asia. He has exhibited in Vancouver, Whistler, Denver, New York, Toronto, LA, Hokkaido Japan and Palm Desert CA.
Mary-Ann Liu is a Vancouver based artist that works in a variety of mediums. A graduate of Emily Carr University, Mary-Ann has worked in a variety of settings including: industrial design, graphic design, public art installations; and, film sculpture works.
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