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Sullivan will be completing the Bridgeheads project, creating four stone sculptures to cap the stone pilasters of the Ted Nebbeling pedestrian bridge spanning Village Gate Boulevard. The works will continue the theme of his last commissioned sculpture, “Last Love,” which is on the Valley Trail by Lake Placid Road. The new project, entitled “Last Love #2, 3, 4 and 5,” is expected to be complete by this fall.

Tyler’s proposed life-sized, cold cast bronze sculpture of a mother bear with cub, entitled, “Bear Affection,” has been selected as the 2008 Village Square Sculpture project. Tyler’s proposed project was found to be an engaging concept, offering climbable art for children and providing a unique photo opportunity for all visitors. Tyler was also recently commissioned to create the Whistler Public Library’s donor wall. It will be installed in Village Square this fall as part of the rotating Village Square Sculpture Collection, and will eventually be moved to the sculpture garden along Village Gate Boulevard.

The RMOW and Public Art Committee are accepting proposals for the 2008 Neighbourhood Valley Trail Public Art project until June 30. For more information, visit the business section www.whistler.ca .

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