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Rainblossom umbrellas return to trees at Spanish Banks

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DH Vancouver Staff Mar 02, 2015 8:52 am

Umbrellas have been quite unnecessary in recent weeks, except for one public art piece that has returned for its second consecutive year.

A few select trees at Spanish Banks have been decorated with red umbrellas, a citizen-spurred art piece better known as the ‘Rainblossom’ project

It made its first appearance at the same location in February 2014 when the city was experiencing real winter weather. A similar art piece also appeared on the trees at the corner of West Georgia and Howe streets in the weeks after.

Red Umbrellas Rainblossom spanish Banks

Image: Noyo Creative

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