This piece of public art located between a pathway along the Fraser River and an outdoor skating rink (I didn’t know this even existed) in Richmond’s Garry Point Park is titled “Olas de Viento(Wind Waves)”. This sculpture by Mexican artist Yvonne Domenge is done in painted bronze.
This intense red circular form of rhythmic and undulating curves and movement is reflective of the oceans waves within a contained form.
Selected by the Director of the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City to represent Mexico, this work was created specifically for the Vancouver Biennale and a beach promontory.
Much of the work of Mexican sculptor Yvonne Domenge references nature, architecture and a fascination with form and geometry [source]