Artist Alex Witcombe beside the PVR Box on Woodburn Road in Campbell River. Witcombe’s design was selected through the Arts Council’s public art call. His image depicts the interconnections of life both within and surrounding a river system.

More public art unveiled

The artwork depicts the complex interconnections of life both within and surrounding a river system

The Campbell River Arts Council, in partnership with the City of Campbell River, has unveiled another public artwork on a water utility box (or pressure reducing valve box) on Woodburn Road.

Designed by artist Alex Witcombe, the artwork depicts the complex interconnections of life both within and surrounding a river system.

The art was selected through the Arts Council’s public art call and follows the unveiling of Pete the Pen’s work on a similar box on Galernoa Road a few weeks ago.

The Arts Council congratulated the city on implementing a creative approach to activating public art in our community.