Terracotta Warriors - Metro Vancouver This summer, more than 30 terracotta warrior-style statues will patrol the streets of Vancouver, Richmond and Burnaby. Each sculpture was painted by a local artist and built from fiberglass and steel framework. At summer's end, the sculptures will be auctioned off with all proceeds benefitting the B.C. Lions Society's Easter Seals program. Seals Programs, Warriors Styl Statues, Society Easter, Easter Seals, Proceed Benefits, Metro Vancouver, Lion Society, Local Artists, Terracotta Warriors Styl
Looking towards the Hotel Europe located at 43 Powell Street (at Alexander) in Vancouver's historic Gastown stands a statue of John Deighton (Gassy Jack) who the area is named after.
Another terracotta army: Ceramic soldiers of the second century BC stand on eternal guard duty - protecting the king of the northern Chinese kingdom of Chu. Twenty five of these warriors will feature in the Cambridge exhibition. Excavation - Xuzhuo (pottery figures). Terracotta warrior pits from Shizishan