Moving Surfaces
       
     
Moving Surfaces
       
     
Moving Surfaces
       
     
Moose Jaw Trail
       
     
Moose Jaw Trail
       
     
Line of Work
       
     
Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
       
     
Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
       
     
Skwachàys Healing Lodge
       
     
Iceblade at Hollybridge Canal
       
     
Moving Surfaces
       
     
Moving Surfaces

2014 — Jill Anholt Studio for the City of Ottawa

Moving Surfaces
       
     
Moving Surfaces

Award-winning stainless steel artwork by Vancouver artist Jill Anholt, installed in Ottawa's Landsdowne Park, Fall 2014. 

LEDs integrated into the front face of the sculpture exhibit a light work created by the artist, inspired by a timeless journey along the Rideau Canal. 
 

Moving Surfaces
       
     
Moving Surfaces

Inspired by the park's history and culture that are inextricably linked to moving water, the work is composed of a series of steel shapes that bend and fold in a manner reminiscent of the flow of water itself. 

Moose Jaw Trail
       
     
Moose Jaw Trail

2012 — Jill Anholt Studio

Moose Jaw Trail
       
     
Moose Jaw Trail
Line of Work
       
     
Line of Work

2009 — Jill Anholt Studio

Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
       
     
Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval

2008 — Dominion Construction for the City of Richmond

Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
       
     
Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
Skwachàys Healing Lodge
       
     
Skwachàys Healing Lodge

2012 — Van Mar Construction for the Vancouver Native Housing Society

Iceblade at Hollybridge Canal
       
     
Iceblade at Hollybridge Canal

2008 — Dominion Construction for the City of Richmond