Recent Additions to Langley’s Public Art

Saturday, January 7 @ 1 p.m. On Saturday January 7th, City of Langley Mayor Tim Callison formally recognized three Island artists whose work was recently installed on Second Street in Langley.  The three pieces were selected by the Arts Commission and installed in December. Dan Freeman’s metal sculpture “Opening Flower” is installed in a new…

“Inferred” Langley’s newest piece of public art

“Inferred” an artistic archway installed in Clyde Alley is Langley’s newest piece of public art joining the over 100 existing pieces scattered throughout the City.  The steel and colored glass archway was created by artists, Milo White and Lin McJunkin.  The archway was selected by Langley’s Art Commission following a request for proposal to artists around the…

Langley Arts Master Plan

On May 16, 2016 at its regular meeting the City of Langley Council adopted the Arts Master Plan.  This Plan was prepared by the Langley Arts Commission, a dedicated group of volunteers, together with other community partners.  The Plan is ambitious but it builds on the Langley’s solid foundation as a center of the arts.  Now…

Frisk Lane Project Opening Day

The history walk on Frick Lane was created to enhance the walk-way and preserve early Langley history. The project was completed by Langley Main Street Association under the leadership of Board Member, Robert Waterman. Five steel and fiberglass panels were installed which tell the story through photos and words of early Langley, from the first…