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stone poem for Rutledge by Tina Farmilo

stone poem for Rutledge by Tina Farmilo
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Artwork DescriptionEight granite stones placed in various locations within Rutledge Park. Each contains a word poem inscribed and sandblasted into the surface. Sizes and shapes vary.

About Tina Farmilo

Artist BioTina Farmilo is an interdisciplinary artist who's work is rooted in issues of community, place and history. Tina loves storytelling of every kind, and has a career as an artist, writer, educator and community animateur.
Artist ResumeInterdisciplinary Studies, Emily Carr College of Art & Design, Vancouver, British Columbia - 1983.


Artwork TypeWater Feature
MediumGranite stones sandblasted with poetic inscriptions
Unveiled dateFebruary, 2006
Reference #10
SiteRutledge Park, Intersection of Cloverdale and Inverness. Victoria BC
Art CategoryCivic Public Art
Selection ProcessCivic: By Jury - Open Competition
Municipality/NeighbourhoodSaanich: Core



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