I enjoy working with reclaimed materials and surfaces. I consider everyday
objects that surround us in nature and the discarded to be an integral part of
my work and mix many different materials together to capture my vision.
"As a sculptor in welded steel
and bronze, I have found that my
best work emerges when I set out to do something that I suspect may not be
possible in my medium. My work can range in size and subject
matter from a tiny sculpture of a flower to a life-size figure."
believe that art emanates from a mythological and magical wellspring.
These themes are apparent in most of my work. Even my landscapes are
linked to a spiritual connection to the environment and the human
Daniel - Studio Sail la Vie
Daniel creates decorative driftwood sailboats. Each vessel is unique,
handcrafted using driftwood and sticks cut by beavers that he collects
along the shores of Muskoka's beautiful lakes and rivers.
Elise has been sculpting stone since 2001. Her
work is usually stylized
figures in a variety of stone such as alabaster,
limestone and marble.
A multi-media artist specializing in sculptures for garden and home as
well as figurative drawings.
Hand carved and sculpted Emu egg shells with a variety of Muskoka images such as
loons, herons, flowers and trees.
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