THE REEF PROJECT – 2004
A most vibrant sculpture in the round, The Reef Project resembles a carousel of underwater delight: swirling starfish, reeds and sea animals silhouetted by three frolicking swimmers, capped by waves and a pearly moon-like globe. The sculpture is constructed out of rolled mild steel. With an overall height of 19 feet, the metal component is a cylinder that stands 15 feet high, 5 feet in diameter, on a 3-foot base of slated concrete, and crowned with a 4-foot aluminum globe. Lit from the inside bottom shooting up, the sculpture was designed be a beacon on dreary BC days.