Friday, June 8, 2018

Esquimalt Lagoon Walk ~ An Artist's driftwood sculptures

My sister and I met up for a beach walk at The Esquimalt Lagoon and were able to take in the wonderful sculptures that "Brother Paul" has created...

Hope that you enjoy the various beach art creatures by Paul Lewis.

















Public art is free for all to enjoy 
 this beach art has brought more people to the lagoon
 many people
like myself were taking photographs.

It's wonderful to mix up the areas and vistas that one can emjoy while getting some fresh air and exercise.

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 ~ Be Well and Be Kind ~

22 comments:

  1. These driftwood sculptures are absolutely stunning and I love that that they are showcased in their natural setting. What a fabulous talent he has and gift to the public to enjoy.

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  2. They’re fun, aren’t they? Very clever.
    I’ve been reading your blog for quite some time now, without ever realising where you were exactly. I sort of assumed that you were in North America somewhere, based on certain words that you used, but had no clear idea.
    A few posts ago, you mentioned the Salish Sea, a term that I had only recently come across on a recent visit to Vancouver, while I was at the MOA at UBC.
    What a beautiful part of the world to live in!
    Just wanted you to know that I always enjoy reading your blog .
    From A reader in autumnal Sydney, Australia.

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    1. Thank you! We live in Victoria BC on Vancouver Island...
      The MOA is a fabulous place to visit. So glad that you got to see it...Arthur Erickson, the architect really "GOT" the design right!

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  3. Love this Lesley. Thanks for sharing. Mary

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  4. Thank you for these pictures, these sculptures are wonderful!

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  5. How wonderful. Some people are so creative and have such interesting and unusual ideas. I always marvel at them as my mind just doesn't seem to work that way, let alone have the ability to execute. Thanks for sharing these.

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    1. It was a lovely walk...and made even better with these wonderful sculptures.

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  6. Beautiful and interesting indeed,especially as a public art!
    It seems,there are a lot of sculptures-lovely!
    Dottoressa

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  7. These are absolutely fantastic. I love an artist making art for the public to enjoy for free.

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    1. Artists sharing their public art is such a gift...

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  8. The sculptures are really lovely. Walking on the beach and viewing all the sculptures sounds like a wonderful afternoon. Thank you for sharing. Susan

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    1. I was so surprised at the intricate detail of the sculptures...a very talented artist.

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  10. What a great display. I've not heard of them, but perhaps a visit to Esquimalt Lagoon will be on the calendar soon. Great photos, L.

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    1. Hope that you enjoy your walk on the lagoon soon!

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  11. We had a similar spot years ago by the BAY BRIDGE going into San Francisco......the ART would change frequently!I never saw anyone working on it!It would just appear.........kinda MAGICAL!

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  12. I loved your pictures of the beach art! Thank you for sharing. I always enjoy reading your blog. I live in Ohio, USA.

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