Granville Island boat houses, a work of art.
Even the way these racing canoes are lined up is artistic.
An unsual sculpture with moving parts that reflects Granville Island's industrial past.
Seagull cement worker
The Island, which once was just an industrial area, is a perfect location of artists to display and market their work. In the quiet atmosphere, the picturesque surroundings, away from the bustle of downtown, you can relax and browse around enjoying the variety of art works that are on display. And Granville Island is also the home of the Emily Carr art school, allowing an easy access and appropriate venue for the artists to show their sometimes quirky but always interesting pieces of work.
Here's a few that I discovered on that Sunday afternoon walk.
First Nations carvers workshop
A funny rooster
Inside the Farmer's Market even the produce is artistically displayed!
Everywhere you look on Granville Island you will find art!
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