“Look for and walk the Labyrinth in our city.☺💟” – Labyrinth Pier – Island Park Walk – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

My current multi-Labyrinth location is an unusual shaped wooden pier attached to Island Park Walk opposite Granville Island along the False Creek Seawall.

This is the first of four, and potentially five, different designs I hope to complete painting in this undefined public space.

Many people have already walked it in my presence, when it was first chalked, and even while I was in the process of outlining the chalk design with a thin line of orange paint.

The original colour choice was yellow, yet at the last minute I switched to orange. This turned out to be the better colour choice upon this dark coloured marine wood.

Many people stopped and chatted with me to learn about this Labyrinth, including the couple who posted this trio of images on instagram.

I am grateful to all!

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