ArtsAlive

ArtsAlive is Oak Bay Parks, Recreation and Culture’s annual public sculpture program, where pieces are selected to be shown outdoors in our municipality for approximately one year, on temporary loan by the artists. Each artist has been sponsored by a local business or community group. 

Twelve new installations have been selected by the Public Art Committee for 2018, with artists selected through a public call. The sculptures are on display until early April 2019. The sculpture with the most votes from the public is honoured with the People’s Choice Award, and will be considered for possible purchase (for fair market value, to a maximum of $18,000) by the Municipality of Oak Bay to become part of its permanent public art collection. Deposit your ballot in any ArtsAlive  ballot box located on Oak Bay Avenue, Estevan Village, Willows Beach, or at Oak Bay Recreation Centre. Votes can also be cast using the QR codes on the side of the ballot box or on the plaques next to each sculpture. Voting ends October 12, 2018.

Six pianos painted by local artists will return this summer for the public to play and enjoy!  Artists Gillian Redwood, Robert Amos, Jennifer McIntyre, Christine Gollner, Sherry Tompalski, and Senior Art Students at St. Michaels University School have painted pianos that will be installed at Loon Bay Park, Estevan Village, McNeill Bay, Turkey Head Walkway, Willows Beach, and Oak Bay Village (during Arts and Culture Fortnight, August 9-23). Pianos can be played during the day and will be covered overnight.  Pianos will be outdoors in the community from approximately July 1 to September 1.

ArtsAlive builds on five very successful and engaging summers of temporary public art in Oak Bay, with a plan to build a legacy of permanent public art and convivial art and performances spaces for Oak Bay. This project has been spearheaded over five years by Oak Bay Arts Laureate Barbara Adams, whose vision and leadership is quickly making Oak Bay a destination for arts and culture.

Participate: Starting June 14, 2018, vote for your favourite sculpture using the ballot in the ArtsAlive brochures, QR codes on the side of each ballot box, or the QR codes located on the nameplate next to each sculpture. One vote per person please.
Purchase: All of the current sculptures are for sale for private use (with possession date after April 2019), or they can be donated to Oak Bay for a tax receipt.
Sponsor: For $1500/year, you or your business can sponsor a sculpture and support our artists. Your name will be featured on the sculpture nameplate, our brochure, and our website.
Donate: Help us to continue to increase the livability and artistic richness of our community by donating to the Oak Bay Public Art Fund, which seeks to make art accessible in public places, and creates a legacy for future generations. Donations to sustain this program are welcomed, please visit oakbay.ca/parks-recreation/planned-giving/public-art-fund or in person at  Oak Bay Municipal Hall (2167 Oak Bay Avenue). Donations over $25 will receive a tax deductible receipt. 

2018 Public Art Tour

ArtsAlive Archive of Previous Public Art

All photos below (2018 sculptures) by Britt Swoveland Photography, except: Ocean in Motion photo by Lisa McCulloch, ‘M’akhotso photo by Linda Lindsay, and Nautilus Sail photo by Douglas Taylor.

1. Salmon Cycle

by Trinita Waller 

Born in Calgary, Trinita Waller attended David Thompson Univer- sity in Nelson BC. Art school was full of turning points; having gone with the intention to major in clay and pottery, sculpture soon became a newfound passion. Her background in sculpture led her into the film industry where she used her sculpting skills to build props. She has held many positions in Art departments on a variety of films and television series. Trinita lives and works in her studio in East Sooke. Her art works can be found Canada, USA, SA and Europe and have appeared in a variety of feature films, and television shows.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Avenue at Wilmot Place

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

 

2. Joy of Life in Balance

by Joanne Helm

Joanne Helm was born in Victoria, BC to the Rose family, owners of Rose’s Jewellers. She lived in and attended school in Oak Bay. Joanne received a PhD in Education, 2007, from the University of Calgary and returned to the Island to live in 2009. In 2015 Joanne began to learn to sculpt and traveled to Italy to sculpt and to Paris 2018 and has tried to work with as many experts as possible. Joanne is an emerging sculptor and is interested in sculpting dogs and doing dog tiles and 3-D sculptures using recycled materials and clay.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Avenue at Hampshire Road

For Sale Cost:

  • $14,500

Sponsor:

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3. Citizen

by Ruth Abernethy

Ruth Abernethy grew up on a small farm in Ontario with pets and gardens and an inventive, musical family. A summer job in professional theatre became 20 years of prop building across Canada, and included 15 seasons at the Stratford Festival Theatre where her first bronze was commissioned. This work brought an invitation to sculpt Glenn Gould’s portrait which in- stalled at CBC headquarters in Toronto (1999). Her public bronze portraits have been commissioned across Canada and her subjects include Oscar Peterson, Lester Pearson and national monuments of John McCrae and Queen Elizabeth (underway). In addition to portraiture, Ruth was the first Canadian artist to exhibit with Sculpture-by-the-Sea in Sydney, Australia (2004), and with Sculpture in Context in Dublin, Ireland (2007). Five pieces from her Canadiana Collection were acquired by the Royal Ontario Museum (2009). Ruth has sculptures in Australia, England, and USA. She was the first Canadian to sculpt Abe Lincoln’s portrait for public placement in the U.S. Her works are exhibited in Canada’s official residences in Ottawa as part of the Canadiana State Collection. Ruth divides her time between Wellesley ON and Vancouver BC.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Avenue (between Hampshire Road & Monterey Avenue)

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

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4. Busking in Town Square

by Douglas Walker

Douglas Walker is a Canadian sculptor based on Vancouver Is- land. Working mainly with a variety of recycled objects collected at thrift stores and scrap yards, Douglas creates sculptures best described as whimsical and slightly eccentric. He is best known for upcycling discarded musical instruments, such as tubas and trombones, into water features. Always stretching his limits he has created life size musicians, singers and dancers, wacky wind machines and pipe mazes. Douglas has won both national and international awards for his sculptures. Works created by Douglas can be found throughout North America, Dubai the UK and Australia.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Hampshire Road at Oak Bay Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

 

5. 'M’akhotso

by Linda Lindsay (Assisted by David Lindsay)

Linda Lindsay began sculpting the human figure in the 1970’s while studying art at University. With passion she has sculpted the figure for over 40 years. She has dedicated herself to refining her skills, in order to create bronze and terracotta sculp- tures, which sensitively represent the human spirit in accurately sculpted figurative forms. She teaches sculpture in Canada and Italy, and is well known as an inspirational instructor who empowers her students with knowledge and skill. Linda’s commissioned and interpretive works can be found in collections across Canada, and the US. ‘M’akhotso, (Mother of peace) represents the “balancing act” of hope and challenge that many immigrants experience.

(Photo credit: Linda Lindsay)

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Library/Monterey Recreation Centre (Monterey Avenue)

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsors:

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6. Oak Happiness

by Graham Thompson & Sherry Tompalski

The “Oak Happiness” sculpture encourages viewers to take the peace and wisdom of the oak tree into their daily lives as we are strengthened and balanced when we are one with nature. Nature nurtures us and immunizes us against stress and the “Oak Happiness” sculpture is a representation of this process. “Oak Happiness” is a vibrant character with presence. He will be noticed and excite comment, as he invites relationship in his colorful way. He is not fxed, can and will change, responding  to the setting as he is transparent, so you can see into him, as he takes in his surroundings. His expression is interesting… curious, pensive, enigmatic or maybe surprised? The sculpture was inspired by Oak Bay’s motto “Sub Quercu Felicitas”, Latin for “Happiness Under The Oaks”. Shortly after “Oak Happiness” was installed at the entrance of the Oak Bay Village, a viewer remarked that he is a modern day Janus, (the 2-faced Roman god), “the god of transitions, begin- nings and endings, future and past, and so is perfectly placed on the boundary of the Village. Sherry Tompalski and Graham Thompson have collaborated on art projects for over 20 years and exhibited widely.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Avenue (between Monterey Avenue & Oliver Street)

For Sale Cost:

  • $10,000

Sponsor:

 

7. Ocean in Motion*

by Fred Dobbs

*Note: not part of People's Choice Award Voting

With over 25 years of sculpting prowess in a wide range of mediums including and not limited to: bronze, cold cast polymers, concrete, sand, snow/ice and even edibles like pumpkins and choc- olate! Fred Dobbs has numerous awards and honours in Canada as well as International acclaim in Australia, Japan, Germany, Taiwan, South Korea, Kuwait, Mexico and the USA. He sculpts primarily fgurative and architectural pieces that dazzle, regardless of the material he is working with. Most recent acclaims: Guinness World Record in Miami, Florida - 2015, for the tallest Sand Castle and Peoples Choice Winner at Sculpture Splash 2015, bronze Sculpture titled “Pearl”.

(Photo credit: Lisa McCulloch)

Location:

  • Haynes Park (on Beach Drive)

For Sale Cost:

  • $42,000

Sponsor:

 

8. In-Tension

by Tarig Adam

I was able to draw before learning how to write. However, after completing my visual art degree at the University of Victoria, I discovered that art-making involves more than just drawing. This realization inspired my multidisciplinary approach. As a result, even though I still draw, my artwork manifested in many mediums such as paintings, photogra- phy, videos and sculptures. I was born in Sudan and moved to Victoria in my early twenties thus my artwork explores themes of migrations, colonialism, and identity. For these themes the physicality of space and how the body relates to it plays a threading visual and experiential apparatus. My passion for creative endeav- ors led me to pursue a career in architecture. Architectural training enabled me to consider the public space as a mode of expression as well as an avenue to experience art.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Willows Beach Esplanade

For Sale Cost:

  • $12,000

Sponsor:

 

9. Fetch

by Christina Nick

Christina Nick is a multi-disciplinary artist whose intense interest in nature, travel and the environment are refected in her artwork. Since graduating from Mount Allison University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction, Christina has been living her vision of bringing her experiences in nature to life through her art. It was in Brackendale, BC and in Southern France that Christina first gained international recognition for her artwork, notably for her large welded steel sculptures. She continues to maintain a studio in both places, and works in welded steel, cire perdue bronze, carved stone and wood, and multi media paintings. For many years now sculpture for Christina has become a lifelong passion and a strong focus. Christina creates monumental free- standing sculptures out of welded steel using recycled materials, transforming them by cold hammering and welding using a variety of welders. She often mixes media using fiberglass resin, pigments, skulls, rope, different fibers and found objects in her creations. Christina’s sculpture “Fetch” at Arts Alive represents the moment of balance that a dog, in its focus and motivation in leaping forward to chase a stick, has tipped upward and forward at the same time. It is a moment of movement caught in time.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Willows Beach Esplanade

For Sale Cost:

  • $3,200

Sponsor:

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10. Nautilus Sail

by Douglas Taylor

The imagery in the Nautilus Sail brings to mind the nature of West Coast living. The Moon Snail is readily found on our beach- es and is seen here graphically as the Chambered Nautilus. The configuration of chambers clearly represents the ocean’s wave action. This and the trellis-like profile to the sails provide a site specific relevance to the Rose Garden’s ocean side location. The overlaying of three skeletal Nautilus depicts the micro biology of a simple organism while illustrating the macrocosm of the Milky Way. This design falls into the realm of the golden spiral, a mathematical order to the universe at the very root of human activities. Doug Taylor focuses largely on wind and water-powered kinetic mobiles, implementing renewable energy and exploring the relationship between society, technology and the environment. His work is installed in Seattle Centre, Whistler’s World Cup Plaza, Victoria’s Selkirk Waterfront and Willows Beach, Vancouver’s False Creek and Kitsilano Pool. Art In America awarded Seattle Center’s Bird Song Listening Station one of 17 most noted international public art works in 2008.

(Photo credit: Douglas Taylor)

Location: 

  • Lokier Rose Garden (Estevan Avenue at Musgrave Street)

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

 

11. Bloom

by Nathan Smith

Artist Nathan Smith started working with metal in 2003, and in 2007, launched his own business Sunsmith Design. His works are diverse ranging from custom commissions in the Nelson area, to large-scale public art installations throughout BC and Alberta. Known for his sculptural sundials, he was commissioned by the Calgary Zoo and the City of Summerland to create one a of a kind public art armillary style sundials. His sculptures have featured four years running in Castlegar Sculpture Walk. His piece V Formation was awarded 1st place for the Artistic Merit Award and 2nd place for The People’s Choice in 2015. He has recently been awarded a contract by the City of Nelson to create a 80 ft artistic railing called Mountains and Clouds to be located along the waterfront. Smith is inspired by nature and beautiful design, blending modern metalwork with curves and fair. He finds joy in the creative process of designing and fabricating original art.

Sponsored by:

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • Cadboro Bay Road at Estevan Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

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12. Bocarrova

by David Cross

I am a child of the twentieth century. There were open roads coursed by convertibles without seat belts, and fastbacks with earth pounding V-8 engines. Brave men piloted glorified tin cans propelled by massive rockets into “outer space”. We played outdoors, unsupervised, went on Sunday drives. Our black and white TV got seven channels (a couple more on a good day) and three were from Buffalo, NY. Blackened limestone mills were scattered about our town; their windows agape releasing the thundering sounds of power hammers and the acrid smell of hot iron. All this has passed. My life has turned in unexpected ways. With little planning and no defined goals, I acted on a decades old desire to create; to use my hands, to make something. I learned to manipulate metals; earthly elements. Methods, techniques, technologies were studied, experi- mented with, and practiced. My sculptural work is deeply rooted in that past century; the portion I witnessed and much that came before. But it is not nostalgic. Art Deco skyscrapers, streamliners, air-cooled motorcycle engines, sci-fi movie sets and concept cars from Detroit: these are acknowledged; not mourned. Forms are always changing, in motion, leading me on- ward. I see in them something not wholly natural, but they are alive none-the-less; a dialogue and a dance unfolds between the organic and the manufactured. These interactions are sometimes tense and threatening, sometimes melodic and serene, always genuine.

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location: 

  • McNeill Bay (Beach Drive)

For Sale Cost:

  • $5,900

Sponsor:

www.urbancoreventures.com

 

13. Dream Window*

by Illarion Gallant​

*Note: On loan from the artist - not part of People's Choice Award Voting

(Photo credit: Britt Swoveland Photography)

Location:

  • Landsdowne Road at Beach Drive

For Sale Cost:

  • $40,000

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2017 Public Art Tour

2017 People’s Choice Award was awarded to Lunar Transitions sculpture by Fred Dobbs:

Photo credit: Britt Swoveland       

The residents of Oak Bay voted on their favourite ArtsAlive sculptures of 2017, and Lunar Transitions, the Raven and moon sculpture situated at the corner of Oak Bay Avenue and Hampshire Road, is the crowd favourite.  Artist Fred Dobbs’ Lunar Transitions sculpture received the highest number of public votes, and will now be considered for purchase by the Municipality of Oak Bay. The remaining sculptures are for sale for private residences, or can be purchased and donated to Municipality of Oak Bay for a tax receipt. Honorable mention goes to Bodhi Frog by Doug Taylor, and The Gatekeeper by David Hunwick, which were runners-up for the People’s Choice Award. Votes were collected by both paper ballot and QR codes between throughout the summer and fall. Voting ended November 1, 2017.

 

1. Prevail & Conquer

by Nate Nettleton

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Avenue / Mitchell Street

For Sale Cost:

  • $2,500

Sponsors:

www.Luxurybchomes.com

 

2. Inside Passage

by Angelos Glaros

Location:

  • Oak Bay Avenue/Wilmot Place

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000 

Sponsor:

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3. Gardener’s Gown​

by Bev Petow

Location:

  • Hampshire Road / Oak Bay Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • Stone: $8,000

Sponsors:

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4. Lunar Transitions

by Fred Dobbs

Location:

  • Oak Bay Avenue / Hampshire Road

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsors:

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5. Fui FLoss

by Richard Smith

Location:

  • Oak Bay Avenue  (east of Hampshire Road)

For Sale Cost:

  • $1,350

Sponsor:

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6. The Gatekeeper

by David Hunwick

Location:

  • Oak Bay Avenue / Monterey Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

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7. Threads of Hope​

by Ginny Glover

Location:

  • Oak Bay Library parking lot, on Monterey Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • $6,500

Sponsor:

JN Developments:

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8. Ghost Cat

by Fred Dobbs

Location:

  • Haynes Park

For Sale Cost:

  • $12,000 SOLD

Sponsor:

www.urbancoreventures.com

 

9. Ocean in Motion

by Fred Dobbs

(Photo credit: Lisa McCulloch)

Location:

  • Haynes Park

For Sale Cost:

  • $42,000

Sponsor:

www.urbancoreventures.com

 

10. Bodhi Frog

by Douglas Taylor​

Location:

  • Willows Beach at Estevan Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • $11,000 SOLD

Sponsor:

https://www.oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/pictures/marc-owen-flood-logo-newer.jpg

 

11. Island Cedar

by Paul Reimer

Location:

  • Estevan Village

For Sale Cost:

  • $17,500

Sponsor:

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12. What the Nose Knows

by Ronald  Simmer

Location:

  • Lokier Gardens (Estevan Avenue/ Musgrace Street)

For Sale Cost:

  • $15,000

Sponsor:  

https://www.oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/pictures/the-avenue-gallery-logo.jpg

 

13. Beetle Bench 2017

by Vaughn Warren​

Location:

  • Cadboro BayRoad / Estevan Avenue

For Sale Cost:

  • $4,000

Sponsor:

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14. Dream Window

by Illarion Gallant​

Location:

  • Landsdowne Road at Beach Drive

For Sale Cost:

  • $40,000

Sponsor:

https://www.oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/pictures/winchester-logo.jpg

2016 Public Art Tour

1. Sleeping Giants

by Nathan Scott & Fred Dobbs

Location: 

  • Oak Bay Municipal Hall still showing in 2017

For Sale Cost:

  • $15,500

Sponsors:

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2. Spring of Life

by Pavel Barta

Location:

  • Oak Bay Avenue at Wilmot

For Sale Cost:

  • $7000

Sponsor:  

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3. Bliss & Swept Away

by Ginny Glover

Location:

  • Oak Bay (east of Wilmot)

For Sale Cost:

  • $10,000 ($5000 each)

Sponsor:

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4. Double Spinner

by Lyman Whitaker

Location:

  • Oak Bay at Hampshire

For Sale Cost:

  • $7800

Sponsors:

  • Audrey McFarlane CFP, Edward Jones
  • Carlton House
  • Horne Coupar, Barristers & Solicitors
  • Oak Bay Pharmasave
  • Ottavio Italian Bakery & Delicatessen
  • SB Windows and Doors
  • ScotiaBank
  • SeaFirst Insurance
  • Side Street Studio

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5. Owl Under the Oak

by Scott Gillies

Location:

  • Oak Bay (east of Hampshire)

For Sale Cost:

  • $3500

Sponsor:

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6. Return of the Eagles

by Maarten Schaddelee

Location:

  • Oak Bay (east of Monterey Avenue)

For Sale Cost:

  • $20,000

Sponsor:

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7. Leaf Mobile

by Doug R Taylor

Location:

  • Monterey Recreation Centre

For Sale Cost:

  • $10,500

Sponsor:

JN Developments:

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8. The Hunt

by Ken Hall

Location:

  • Queens' Park  still showing in 2017

For Sale Cost:

  • $28,000

Sponsor:

https://www.oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/pictures/pharmasave-logo.jpg

 

9. Rite of Spring

by David Hunwick

Location:

  • Cadboro Bay (south of Estevan Avenue)

For Sale Cost:

  • Stone: $10,000
  • Bronze: $18,000

Sponsors:

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10. Meditation

by Ellen Scobie

Location:

  • Estevan Village Sidewalk

For Sale Cost:

  • $15,000

Sponsors:

Estevan Shops:

  • Crumsby’s Café
  • Calla Design
  • Estevan Pharmacy
  • The Bungalow
  • En Visage Hair Design
  • Willows Galley

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11. Maturity Turn

by Nathalie Quagliotto

Location:

  • Estevan Village Sidewalk

For Sale Cost:

  • $3500

Sponsor:

https://www.oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/pictures/leslie-farrell-logo.jpg

 

12. Group of 7

by Illarian Gallant

Location:

  • Lokier Garden

For Sale Cost:

  • $18,000

Sponsor:

https://www.oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/pictures/winchester-logo.jpg   

 

13. Beating Heart

by Ronald V. Simmer

Location:

  • Henderson Recreation Centre

For Sale Cost:

  • $15,000

Sponsor:

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