In Your Hands was a living sculpture that organically evolved with time and the participation of other artists - that is - our community. It engaged the community to create public art by adorning the hands (the sculpture) with items from the shoreline, to remind us that the future of our waters and climate is in our hands.
Sponsored by West Vancouver Community Foundation, The Hamber Foundation, British Pacific Properties, The City of West Vancouver, The Province of British Columbia, and The British Columbia Arts Council.
Group Show: "interpretations in various mediums from paint to sculpture, sharing the experiences of artists from different generations and backgrounds who now call Canada home... Civilian Impressions featured works of suffering, hope, resilience, and memory created by artists of our community. They connected us to each other and open dialogue about conflicts that those around us are carrying with them, whether visible or not."
Part of the group show curated by Baron S. Cameron for the reopening of the reimagined Squarerigger Pub in West Vancouver, as an art centered community space. This was a piece of newspaper that was found in the walls during renovation of the pub.