Salmon Inspired Public Art

North Vancouver is home to over 100 public artworks spread across the North Shore marking gateways, animating streetscapes and integrated into the natural environment. Public art can be found in libraries, along nature trails and public walkways, in parks and shopping plazas. Each piece is an original, one-of-a-kind work that is specifically created to reflect and express North Vancouver’s local heritage, culture and environment. The following works are inspired by salmon.

Public Art North Vancouver

Return of the Spawning Salmon
Artist: Jody Broomfield
Location: 980 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: Marine Drive, City of North Vancouver

Pebble Mosaics
Artist: Glen Anderson & local citizens
Location: 123 East 23rd Avenue, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: City Centre, City of North Vancouver

Pebble Mosaics | Public Art
Salmon House Post | Public Art

Salmon House Post
Artist: Jody Broomfield
Location: 940 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: Marine Drive, City of North Vancouver

Salmon Crossing | Public Art

Salmon Crossing
Artist: Phillip & Kirsty Robbins
Location: 1331 Main Street, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: Lynnmour, District of North Vancouver

Coho Creek | Public Art

Coho Creek – Mosaic River
Artist: Bruce Walther
Location: Mahon Avenue & Keith Road, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: City Centre, City of North Vancouver

Our Canyon Friends | Public Art

Our Canyon Friends
Artist: Glen Anderson
Location: 2901 Fromme Road, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: Lynn Valley, District of North Vancouver

Stream of Conciousness | Public Art

Stream of Consciousness
Artist: Katherine Kerr
Location: 150 W. 1st Street, North Vancouver
Neighbourhood: Waterfront, City of North Vancouver