Community children were invited to draw expressions of "neighbourhood and home" at a community day at the new St. Andrew's Park. From these, several drawings were chosen and sandblasted onto rock surfaces. In this way, individual community members' artwork is integrated in a public space, adding to the creative design and linking history, identity and ownership to a community park.
St Andrews Kids Art
About the Artists:
Bill Pechet received degrees in Geography and Visual Arts from the University of Victoria, in 1979 and 1981 respectively, followed by a professional degree in Architecture in 1987 from the University of British Columbia School of Architecture. Bill is a frequent lecturer on issues of the built urban environment and the critical role that public space can play in the development of healthy and vibrant cities. pechetstudio.ca
Stephanie Robb, BA BArch Architect AIBC, is a registered architect who holds a post-graduate degree in architecture from the University of British Columbia, and an under-graduate degree in visual art from Simon Fraser. stephanierobb.ca
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