New and very artistic signs for the Illecillewaet Greenbelt

Painters Tina Lindegaard (left) and Sue Davies pose with one of the two artistic maps they have been working on for the Illecillewaet Greenbelt Society. Paid for with a grant to the society from BC's Tourism Infrastructure Program. These paintings include details from artworks created by Arrow Heights Elementary School kids. They are second functional artworks commissioned by the Greenbelt Society. Last year potters Nancy Geismar and Mas Matsushita created five gorgeous trail signs made of ceramic. The paintings are now close to completion but with winter set to encroach on the Greenbelt the signs will probably not be installed until next spring. David F. Rooney photo
Painters Tina Lindegaard (left) and Sue Davies pose with one of the two artistic maps they have been working on for the Illecillewaet Greenbelt Society. Paid for with a grant to the society from BC’s Tourism Infrastructure Program., these paintings include details from artworks created by Arrow Heights Elementary School kids. The signs are the second set of functional artworks commissioned by the Greenbelt Society. Last year potters Nancy Geismar and Mas Matsushita created five gorgeous trail signs made of ceramic. The paintings are now close to completion but with winter set to ambush us any day now,┬áthe signs will probably not be installed until next spring. David F. Rooney photo