Parkade mosaic's creation captured in time-lapse video

As Kamloops artist Bill Frymire created Community Confluence, he thought to record the progress of his work from an adjacent building and has compiled a time-lapse video documenting the massive mosaic's creation.

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The recently completed artwork, located at 335 Lansdowne St., was created using 90,000 small pieces of painted aluminum attached to fencing around the parkade.

Frymire used a similar technique to create a portrait of NBA star Kelly Olynyk at a Thompson Rivers University basketball court in 2016.

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