Super Yacht Attessa – Day 189/365

This yacht, seen on the North vancouver waterfront today, owned by billionaire Dennis Washington is worth an estimated $250 million. Yes, you read that right, it is worth one quarter of a billion dollars.

There are humans appearing very tiny in the foreground on the dock beside the 225′ boat for scale. The helicopter isn’t on board today, but there is one.…

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The Meeting #VanBiennale – Day 121/365

From "The Meeting was originally exhibited at the 2007 G-8 summit meeting in Heiligendamm, Germany. It is not without irony that the red figures are placed in a circle, static and crouching with cupped hands, open to various interpretations, from one of thoughtful contemplation to one of latent energy ready to leap up. Wang Shugang’s installation for the Vancouver Biennale, Meeting, is painted a shade of red that is known as Chinese Red, the colour associated with the Chinese government and communism. This hue ranges from a vivid red to a red-orange made from Vermilion, sometimes referred to as cinnabar.
According to the artist, “… the colour red has multiple cultural meanings in China, historically representing happiness but during the Cultural Revolution it symbolized terror. Today red is the colour of the faded lettering praising Mao on the ceilings of the factories, coats of the Buddhist monks and the colour of wedding decorations”. Wang Shugang made his North American public art debut as part of the 2009 – 2011 Vancouver Biennale exhibition.

Media: Painted Bronze Figures
Size: 92cm/36in (H) x 75cm/30in (W)
Weight: 220lbs/100kg" – by Wang Shugang of China…