A selection of my work can be found at these wonderful galleries in Ontario:
Cornerstone Canadian Art Gallery in Kingston Ontario
Red Canoe Gallery in Port Carling Ontario -
The Loft Gallery in Thornbury Ontario -
Koyman Gallery in Ottawa Onatrio -
Shipping anywhere in North America can be arranged.
So fortunate to be asked to make a sculpture commemorating 50 years of the Lviv Ukrainian pavilions participation in the annual Folklore Festival in Kingston Ontario. It also pays homage to the contributions the Ukrainian Canadian community has made to the to the city of Kingston for over 100 years. This piece is now on display at Kingston City Hall.
We make several trips from Peterborough to Ottawa. On the way, we pass Silver Lake and I've always admired this very lovely shaped pine on a point that juts out in to the lake. I took the time to capture on film and immortalized it in stone.
This beautiful pine lives near a big red barn in Cavan Ontario. Standing tall, it is the guardian of the fields.
11" x 7" (H x W)
Standing alone in a grassy field, this tall and lanky pine seems to be doing a pirouette in the middle of Inverlea Park near our home.
A pareidolia image from the settled cream of my coffee cup! This funky Moose was too cute not to immortalize in stone - love this magnificent animal and and its' iconic standing in Canadian lore!
14" x 13" (H x W)
One of my all time favourite local trees. Located at the entrance to Jackson Park, tall and majestic, it greets all who enter.
This is one of my pareidolia pieces - a human figure standing on a bird (perhaps an eagle) that morphs back to human like legs. This piece illustrates the inter connectedness between humans and the natural world.
The 'Crack' is a popular hiking trail in Killarney Provincial park. While a bit challenging, when you reach the top you are rewarded with a spectacular view of the forest and lakes below as well as this stately lone pine perched on the edge of the cliff.