Ghost Cat by Fred Dobbs took up watch in the spring as part of ArtsAlive 2017. The bronze cat heads for Galiano Island this week, to be replaced by Dobbs’ Ocean in Motion. (Oak Bay file)

Ghost Cat disappears on Beach Drive

Sculpture sold, set to be replaced by Ocean in Motion

The Ghost Cat of Haynes Park disappeared this week in Oak Bay.

The scultpure by Fred Dobbs makes its way to Galiano Island after being bought by Beach Drive resident Betty Kennedy for her Gulf Islands property.

The sculpture is part of the ArtsAlive program where artists loan works for about a year. All are available for purchase. One of Dobbs’ Ocean in Motion sculptures is set to take the bronze cat’s place.


 

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