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‘Sea to Sky’ public art by Coast Salish artist unveiled in Richmond

Public art commissioned by Keltic Canada Development
"Sea to Sky" at The Paramount development in Richmond.

A large art installation by Coast Salish and Musqueam Nation artist Thomas Cannell has been unveiled at a prominent intersection in Richmond.

The six-storey installation, entitled ‘Sea to Sky’, was commissioned by Keltic Development Canada at its ‘The Paramount’ development, across from Richmond Centre.

The design features traditional iconography of the Pacific Northwest. The unveiling comes as Keltic completes the first two towers of ‘The Paramount’ development, consisting of residential units, office space and a 19,000 square feet Early Childhood Development Hub. The third tower, consisting of residential condominiums, will be completed in early Spring.

Photos: Sea to Sky Coast Salish artwork in Richmond

The official unveiling of “Sea to Sky”.
“Sea to Sky” at The Paramount development in Richmond.
“Sea to Sky” at The Paramount development in Richmond.
Representatives of the Musqueam Nation, City of Richmond and Keltic Development at the unveiling.
Close up of “Sea to Sky” at The Paramount development in Richmond.
“Sea to Sky” at The Paramount development in Richmond.
“Sea to Sky” at The Paramount development in Richmond.
“Sea to Sky” at The Paramount development in Richmond.

The Paramount and the art installation are located at No. 3 Road and Cook Road in Richmond, across from Richmond Centre. The project was designed by GBL Architects.

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