With a background from the Alberta College of Art, it was natural for Don to mix his carpentry skills, with his love of art.
wood, paper, wire
Leslie Bell was born in North Carolina, studied languages at the University of Alberta and art and illustration at Emily Carr College of Art in Vancouver, British Columbia and Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
wood, paper, wire
Craig is passionate about life on earth, its mystery, magic, beauty and diversity. His work celebrates and honours the creatures with which we share this planet. His desire is to represent not only the physical likeness of his subject, but also its character, so that the viewer not only recognizes the beauty of the finished artwork, but also feels drawn to the energy and spirit of the creature itself.
clay, mixed media
A sculptor and artist from Croatia, currently residing in Victoria, BC, Canada. Current pieces are made from materials used in daily work.
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Braddle, Derek F
copper, brass, steel wood, and wax
clay, cement and resin
Beverley loves the human figure and working with a model. Her latest work involves using natural plants for design and colour.
A multi-talented sculptor, noted for his ability to transform a wide variety of types of stone into sculptures of unique form and spirit.
stone, wood, and life cast sculptures
bronze, cold cast, sand sculpting
With more than 25 years experience sculpting in a wide range of mediums, Fred has amassed a portfolio of work that includes architectural, figurative, and animated themes.
Dale Dziwenka is a contemporary sculptor that combines
wood, steel, and stone to create unique, abstract sculptures.
Melanie is a contemporary realist sculptor working in traditional techniques and draws inspiration from the human experience.
soapstone, wood, papier mache, wire sculpture
A multi-talented artist that works in a variety of art forms including oil, acrylic, graphite, pastel, Theatre & Film: Prop Builder; SFX & SFX Make-up.
Inspired by nature and working with marble, granite, driftwood and other materials such as chicken wire.
wood, steel, stone
Angellos has begun to find his own coastal style, and works in a variety of sculptural media to create pieces of stunning beauty and life.
bronze, clay, etc
A story teller, not in words, but in stone. Her work reflects a childhood intrigued with human nature and how our beliefs influence our attitudes and behaviours towards ourselves, each other and the animal kingdom.
clay, bronze, fabric
Hildebrand, Carmen & Jock
clay, bronze, etc
David specializes in teaching sculpture, completing commission pieces, and mold making and casting. David is also the founding organizer of the Sculpt Italy sculpting classes: www.sculptitaly.com
He is also serving as the vice-president of the Vancouver Island Sculptors Guild.
Ivens, G. James
Large, abstract free-form wood sculptures.
Krikke, Cornelia J.
Alabaster & marble
“I have been carving marble for the last twenty years. It is a commitment, which continually challenges me as an artist and feeds my fascination with stone. A block of stone has the capacity to act like a portal for the spirit, or perhaps it is the work itself that opens this door. When I begin cutting into a stone I feel captured by it, as if I am under a spell and need to try and carve my way out. I cannot distinguish if the devotion I have for stone enslaves or frees me. Either or, it is the wind in my sails.”
terracotta and bronze
Over the years, by sculpting for thousands of hours from life-models, taking additional courses, and studying anatomy while modeling écorché figures she has refined her skills. With great determination to represent the truest sense of the human spirit and beautiful figurative forms, she creates each of her terracotta and bronze sculptures.
stone, glass, wood
clay, plaster, bronze
Beautiful figurative sculptures with a touch a whimsical touch.
Prévost, Joël A
“My approach centres primarily on the polymorphic representation of the body in clay, I seek to capture the ephemeral movement and fleeting emotion stemming from the balance, beauty and energy of the body. This evolution is captured and evolves through space and projects the soul by playing with volumes, lines and compositions that border on abstraction.”
Mike sculpts local marble that he harvests form various sites on Vancouver Island and Quadra Island. His pieces range from 6 inches to 6 feet high and reflect a west coast theme. The body of his work embraces natural themes emulated in powerful, free-form designs.
stone, clay, cement
Most of Nathan’s sculptures reflect his love for people, young and old, interacting with their particular situations and surroundings.
Silas, Rick L.
Signature glass paintings, “cracked ice” bent-glass sculptures and wood carvings.
Richard has quite an eclectic body of work because of the freedom his foundry has given him to experiment. He’s always enjoyed sculpting the human form because of its volumes, twists and turns; one body but a million forms.
Free-form sculpting using driftwood and fallen trees is Merlayna’s passion. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and oceanic themes, such as whale tails, are prevalent in her work.
Stunningly elegant and simple in design, abstract wood sculptures.
Van Eerden, Audrey
Bronze, wood and stone
Trinita’s figurative works capture the beauty and grace of the female form in a variety of mediums.
Ware, Grahame “Buzz”
wood, driftwood, objet naturel trouvé
The naturally abstract spirit of wood sparks the imagination and comes to life at my studio, Phantasma sculptura or imagination carved.
stone, wood, mixed media and multi media