The Richmond News recently interviewed local artist Glen Andersen, the creative mind behind the “mysterious” driftwood sculptures that have appeared around the Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site. Read more about the artist and his creations here.
Britannia Shipyards’ driftwood sculptures
Voyage of the Gikumi
Imagine what it was like to work on the Steveston waterfront over one hundred years ago, the cannery channel full of fishing boats, and the shores lined with canneries producing … Continued
Rain Murals in Richmond
New art murals appear only when it rains #RichmondHasHeart
Meet “Kakashi”, Britannia Shipyards’ scarecrow
In October, among the fall plants and flowers of Murakami Garden at Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site, you can spy Kakashi, our resident scarecrow which makes its annual autumn appearance. … Continued