“There are many paths you can take in life, but there is no path greater, or more important, than the one you follow back to yourself.🙏” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

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❤️ love, at the centre of it all. ❤️

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“Our Labyrinth today at the SFU Streetfest” – Simon Fraser Student Society Women’s Centre – UniverCity – Burnaby Mountain

I was commissioned by the SFSS Women’s Centre to create a Chalk Labyrinth on their behalf for the first ever SFU Streetfest held on Burnaby Mountain. . .

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Our labyrinth today at the #sfustreetfest

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“City vibes” – Chalk Labyrinth – Spyglass Place – Cambie Bridge – Vancouver

Every once in a while, I have been chalking a Baltic design pass-through Labyrinth near the Piano at Spyglass Place west side of Cambie Bridge.

This is a good photograph of one my recent Chalk Labyrinths at this location . . .

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“🖤Life’s arena🖤” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Whenever I visit my Robson Square Labyrinth, sometimes I find Street Furniture, Table and Folding Metal Chairs, right on top it.

This interferes with walking the Labyrinth.

I always remove them.

Maybe I don’t need to…

?

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🖤life’s arena🖤

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“Love. Starts here.” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Placing Hearts throughout my Labyrinths has forever changed my Giant Outstallation Art practice . . .

They are infused with Love.

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☂ – Chalk Labyrinth – Bill Curtis Square – Yaletown – Downtown Vancouver

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“Amazing art work in Vancouver🌙” – Chalk Labyrinth – Granville Street Intersection – Downtown Vancouver

Creating Chalk Labyrinths on Friday and Saturday Nights on Granville Street Intersections in Downtown Vancouver . . .

#labyrinth Amazing art work in Vancouver🌙

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Chalk Labyrinth – TaiwanFest – Granville Street – Downtown Vancouver

Was surprised to find an entire half-block that was closed off to car traffic, yet left open for pedestrians at this year’s TaiwanFest.

Many people enjoyed exploring and experiencing my Chalk Labyrinth at the north end of Granville Street on the first day of TaiwanFest 2018 . . .

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“Labyrinth of Heart.” – Science World – Vancouver

For some reason I can’t quite yet understand, making eight sided octagonal Labyrinths have always been a struggle.

On this evening, it turned out okay. I think it was the better of all my previous efforts.

This might have been because I returned to the basics and only tried to get the measurements and the shape of it right, without improvising anything design-wise.

Many people seemed to enjoy it.

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“塗手粉筆畫迷宮!” – Chalk Labyrinth – Science World – Vancouver

There I am, chalk drawing the Labyrinth . . .

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塗手粉筆畫迷宮!

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“I found a Labyrinth along the waterfront today. I walked with a focus of gratitude for my time here in B.C. A perfect way to ground my experience and do it in a symbolic way.” – Janet Frood – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“Below Cambie Bridge, Crop Circle Art” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

So I finally get around to investing time in repairing my Spyglass Place Labyrinth, and what happens not one full day after doing so?

Someone else goes and changes it and spray paints a tag on the face of the stone in the centre of the Labyrinth.

I hadn’t yet seen this image online and discovered the changes upon visiting it again on my own.

Look closely where the darker lines of dried grass are and you can still make out my original design in placing the rocks.

The ” pi ” / ” π ” triangle at the entrance was removed and reduced to a single line of stones.

I restored it.

And oil sticked a Red Heart on the Centre Stone, outlined in Blue and Yellow.

I opted not to take any of my own pictures.

#belowcambiebridge #cropcircleart #maze #mazeart #rockart

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“Do you ever sometimes feel like trying to navigate feelings of the heart is harder than navigating through a maze?” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Hmmm . . .

Being a Labyrinth Maker and Being Anti-Maze, almost all my Labyrinths have a Heart in the centre.

Defining difference between a Labyrinth and a Maze, is that a Labyrinth is unicursal meaning there is only one single path from entrance to arrival in The Centre, whereas a Maze will have at least one dead end.

Navigating Feelings of the Heart in a Labyrinth is different than navigating feelings of the Heart in a maze.

Intriguing Question.

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“Beau is in the Labyrinth. Will he get out?” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

Walking my wading pool Labyrinth in Christie Pits Park . . .

The orange concentric circle arcs are fading in colour.

I really need to return and repaint them.

Beau is in the #labyrinth Will he get out?

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At Night – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

I used reflective paint for the yellow and red concentric circle arcs in my Robson Square Labyrinth, but non-reflective paint for the blue and the green.

Something for me to consider next time I paint a Labyrinth with nighttime lighting.

#maze #robsonsquare #vancouveratnight #spookey #citysquare

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