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Vancouver Island, 1866-71

Vancouver Island, 1866-71

SIZE: 35” H X 34” W X 7.5” D

Media: Repurposed material embedded in drift wood (sculpture on wall)

 

Artist: Tiki Mulvihill

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    Vancouver Island, 1866-71

    SIZE: 35” H X 34” W X 7.5” D

    Media: Repurposed material embedded in drift wood (sculpture on wall)

     

     

    Sculptural-artwork information elements: In 1866, Vancouver Island became a province of British Columbia within the united colony. They proclaimed the capital and assembly in Victoria and then Frederick Seymour was designated as the governor there until 1869. Within those five years, BC became the sixth province of Canada with multiple people, including, first humanity nations created Pacific Rim about Vancouver Island. Also, within the Indian canoes, fellows saw critters including Killer Whales, Sea Otters and Deep Cove Fish. Within 1870, they included two symbols: gold dollar coin with Queen Victoria and flag piece of fabric for the Colony of BC.

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    Tiki Mulvihill

     

    Since initial graduation (BFA, MA University of Idaho, USA), regional activities extended Tiki Mulvihill’s role as artist. Diverse employment as instructor of art/dance, curating, coordination of educational art-programs and collections; provided impetus for experimentation in multi-disciplinary, collaborative and community-based activities. Her MFA (University of Calgary) furthered varied connections through art. Recently, Tiki Mulvihill’s collaborated and co-founding Art is Land Network, a Vancouver Canada-based artist collective in the use of natural and repurposed materials to engage within landscape. Within the last three years, of reducing teaching and increasing art hugely enlightened her practice. Mulvihill exhibited primarily in Canada, secondarily in the United States, and thirdly in Europe (Scotland, England, Sweden and Italy).

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