A Langley City carving gets a new home

A wall-mounted First Nations sculpture has been given a higher profile location within City hall.

A piece of First Nation art has a new home inside the foyer of Timms Community Centre.

In 2005, a three-dimensional picture-style carving created by Rick Harry was hanging outside the administration office of Langley City hall.

This week, however, that piece found a new place to hang.

It was hung above the stairwell of Timms.

The carving was commissioned by the City to reflect Langley’s coat of arms – in First Nations language.

The piece was originally donated by Ray Dhesa and the Dhesa family who opened the Days Inn Suite.