Monthly Archives: May 2014

The 70th Anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy

The sun was just coming up over the Normandy coast at about 5 a.m. on June 6, 1944 — D-Day. The military planners had given Canada a major role on D-Day: to take one of the five designated beaches where … Continue reading

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The Creative Process

Sometimes a sculpture reveals itself to the artist while it is being sculpted, but sometimes an object triggers an idea and the artist has to coax it into being. This sculpture started when I bought this wrought iron bistro set … Continue reading

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Normal Rockwell Series

On my list of favourite artists, Norman Rockwell stands out as a big influence on my style of sculpting. Like Rockwell, I try to capture candid moments in the everyday lives of everyday people. My characters are realistic but with … Continue reading

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Artwork of the Month selects an artist and one painting or sculpture each month to showcase on their website at My sculpture “Gossip in the Park” was selected as Artwork of the Month for May. Check out the website or click on … Continue reading

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