New driftwood art installation along Campbell River’s seawalk
According to a social media post by Alex Witcombe, he created a new driftwood sculpture and placed it along the seawalk. Photo sourced from Driftwood Creations' Instagram page.
CAMPBELL RIVER, BC – A new driftwood sculpture has sprung up from local artist Alex Witcombe.
In an Instagram post, Witcombe announced that he made a new sculpture named Sarah the Raptor.
The small raptor can be found along the Willow Point seawalk, near Barlow Rd.
Witcombe has been crowdfunding for the sculptures, and Sarah the Raptor is the result of some of the money raised.
The driftwood sculptures can be found along Campbell River’s long beach, with another one found along the trail to Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island.
Witcombe started Drifted Creations two years ago, making a velociraptor out of driftwood he sourced from the beach.
The driftwood creations are popular in Campbell River, with locals making a challenge out of finding the sculptures.
For details on the locations, visit the map.