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Gerald Beaulieu’s public art installation “Watermark”, consisting of a series of 11 wooden posts of different heights along a riverside walking path in Fredericton, NB. The tallest post—the “memory pole”—is encased in copper sheets that mark the year and peak water level of the Saint John River during the annual freshet. This project is a great example of municipal Public Works collaborating with the Culture Office.


Photos courtesy of the City of Fredericton.