Dan Law is a contemporary installation artist working primarily in old growth cedar salvaged on Vancouver Island. He explores eternal themes through an eclectic array of sculptural installations.
“In my art, I’m working through the through big questions about what it means to be human. Who are we? We aren’t getting out of this life without sorrow, despair and sadness. We’re going to lose something and it’s going to be tragic. But I also have this sense of hope and eternal optimism. Because our hope is that eventually all things will be made well.”
at the Lookout Gallery in Vancouver, BC