FINE LIMITED EDITION
silk screen PRINT
Commissioned by VCC as a on-going fund raiser
$300 to VCC members
*present market value $700
Limited Edition Print
“Spirit Song – Echoing the future” by renowned artist, Susan A. Point
Our stunning emblem by Susan A. Point can now be part of your collection. As a fundraising initiative the Vancouver Children Choir contracted with Susan to produce a limited edition run of 100 prints. Each is numbered and signed and is available from the choir at a cost of $500 each, unframed.
Given that Ms. Point’s art has been steadily increasing in value at 10% a year, purchasing one of these beautiful pieces is both a sound investment and a beautiful addition to your own art collection. Contact the choir through our office at 604.682.6363.
Refined and sophisticated, Susan Point’s striking and distinctive art in the Coast Salish tradition has garnered worldwide acclaim. Her freshness of vision, inventive use of a variety of mediums, and her talent for working on a large scale have led to many prestigious commissions. In Vancouver, Her work is on permanent display at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC, and the Vancouver International Airport, where her “Salish Woman”, “Salish Man”, and “Flight” grace the international re-entry lobby and welcome weary travellers home. In 2007 she was commissioned by Christ Church Cathedral to create a major stained glass installation for the south windows facing Georgia St.
VCC commissioned a new logo from Ms. Point as part of the choir’s 20th Anniversary celebrations in 2003. “Spirit Song – Echoing the Future” was a real challenge for me,” Susan says. “To equate a visual art form with that of an auditory art form, music, was an exercise that I feel will never fully convey the experience and sensation between two of the five senses.”
Ms. Point goes on to say, “In creating this original design, there were many ideas that I wanted to convey, some of which were: impression of sound; giving voice; children of the earth; the unique west coast environment; and elements of traditional Salish art, a legacy of my ancestral visual language reflecting the spirit or our song.”
More information about Susan Point can be found at her website www.susanpoint.com.
Continue to enjoy this unique work of art in you home or office
while helping The Vancouver Children’s Choir
“Spirit Song – Echoing the Future” designed for The Vancouver Children’s Choir was a real challenge for me. To equate the visual art form with that of the auditory art form – music – was an exercise that I feel will never fully convey the experience and sensation between two of the five senses.
In creating this original design, there were many ideas that I wanted to convey, some of which were:
- Impression of sound
- Giving voice
- Children of the Earth
- The unique West coast West Coast environment representing future generations
- Elements of Salish art – a legacy of my ancestral visual language reflecting the spirit of our song