White Rock
Events Society

We acknowledge we are on the traditional, unceded territories of the Semiahmoo First Nation and the broader territory of the Coast Salish Peoples

White Rock
Events Society

We acknowledge we are on the traditional, unceded territories of the Semiahmoo First Nation and the broader territory of the Coast Salish Peoples
We acknowledge we are on the traditional, unceded territories of the Semiahmoo First Nation and the broader territory of the Coast Salish Peoples

Sculptor

Angellos Glaros

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Selling Price

$26,000

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Inside Passage

This piece is called “Inside Passage” It celebrates the life and beauty of the Georgia Straight. This piece is a glimpse into the world beneath the ocean’s surface; it shows both the beauty, and hazards of the ocean. My hope is to inspire people to explore, and respect everything in nature. There is also a lone flying fish near the top which is a nod to global warming as every year we are seeing more warmer water ocean creatures in our waters. Out of the rocky base, emerge gently flowing kelp. The stylized kelp plants are drifting with the water, flowing up and around each other. There are jellyfish being carried along with the ocean’s currents and through the kelp fronds while fish swim in and amongst them. Along with a feeling of lightness and motion, the steel has some movement and flexibility as well. Steel is often thought of as stiff and unyielding. Jellyfish are beautiful, graceful and fragile. This, along with most people’s feelings around “stinging” jellyfish provides contrast and tension within the piece. This piece has been heat treated to provide a dark, rich colour and has an automotive clear coat finish. ~Angellos

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