Krista Point, Debra Sparrow, and Robyn Sparrow

Krista Point, Debra Sparrow, and Robyn Sparrow


Kayla Point is a Coast Salish weaver

  • Member of the Musqueam Nation.
  • Weavings have been displayed internationally and are included in collections at the Smithsonian, Museum of Anthropology at UBC, the Bill Reid Foundation, CBC and the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games

Debra Sparrow is an acclaimed weaver of twenty years who is deeply involved with the revival of Musqueam weaving

  • Born and raised on the Musqueam Indian Reserve 
  • Self-taught in Salish design and jewellery-making
  • Works can be seen in the Vancouver International Airport, Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, the Royal B.C. Museum in Victoria and many more

Robyn Sparrow is Debra's sister. Together, they organized a local group of Musqueam weavers who wove traditional blankets


Granville at 70th is located on the traditional Musqueam land and in a continuing effort to preserve the culture and roots of the communities our developments are in, we strived to highlight the Musqueam culture and mesh it with the architectural details at our Granville at 70th public art display.

Working alongside some of the most well recognized Coast Salish artists, a public display of traditional weave pieces were produced. These weave pieces are a tribute to the Musqueam land and members of the Coast Salish territory.

Each unique art piece symbolizes its artist’s strong ties and ongoing connection to their culture, ancestors and community and bring to light the deep-rooted history of the area.