Susan Point
Vancouver, Canada
“The Beaver and the Mink”, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC; “Sea to Sky” (stainless steel and glass mural) commissioned by Washington State Arts Commission, Olympia, Washington; Two 17’ carved Coast Salish Houseposts (male and female); and two 17’ carved/sand blasted cedar panels with carved glass representing “Flight”, commissioned by the Vancouver International Airport Authority, Richmond, B.C.; Two carved and kiln cast glass architectural panels; and a 7’ carved and kiln cast glass housepost, commissioned by Sprint Canada, Toronto, Ontario; “Intersection of Enlightenment”, commissioned by Washington State Arts Commission for the Eastern Washington University Campus in Cheney, Washington and many others.
Susan Point is a Musqueam artist who has exhibited widely and completed a number of public commissions in Canada and the US including at the Vancouver International Airport. In 2004 she was commissioned by the Government of Canada to produce a work as a gift to celebrate the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. Point is an Officer of the Order of Canada and recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her contributions to Canada.
Artwork nameArtistYearNeighbourhoodProgram
Susan Point
1995
Downtown
Private development
Susan Point
2007
Civic
Susan Point
2008
Stanley Park
Civic
Susan Point
2014
Marpole
Gift
Susan Point
2015
Marpole
Private development
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