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Water Wall

Stan Matwychuk
Year: 2015
  • Mural
  • Paint
Status: In Place


This mural is painted on the wall of an underpass. It features an underwater scene of colourful salmon swimming in a river, with rocks, water and trees along the riverbanks, placing the viewer as if they are under the water witnessing this underwater ecosystem.

Artist Statement

This mural was designed around the location: the bridge and the road underneath are parallel to another river that spawn salmon at certain times of the year. The salmon running up the river in this mural mirror with design to show the lifecycle of the salmon in the real river.”

Stan Matwychuk is a versatile artist at Homebase Studios who has lived in the Sea to Sky Corridor for over two decades. He transitioned from Whistler to Squamish in 2010, where he has left his mark through murals, art classes, and community initiatives. Stan has spearheaded various mural projects, fostering artistic expression and community collaboration.

With a background in graphic illustration and design, Stan’s expertise extends to outdoor and indoor murals, live art facilitation, and creative consultation. He emphasizes the importance of creativity in driving innovation and community engagement, embodying this ethos through his diverse projects and collaborations.


Centennial Way, Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.

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