I studied design, drawing and sculpting at Dr. Arthur Lismer’s school at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, winning an award for my sculpting. After a long career in Graphic Design in Montreal I decided to move to Prince Edward County at the end of 2017 to be a part of the wonderful arts community. I’m thoroughly enjoying life in the County while I continue to carve at my home studio/gallery in Picton.
I carve the softer stones; Soapstone, Serpentine, Alabaster, Cola and African Wonderstone (pyrophyllite). My subjects are mainly Canadian wildlife, reflecting my love of nature. Sometimes the ideas come quickly, with the shape of the stone providing inspiration. I believe the Inuit carvers who say the finished piece is in the stone, waiting to be revealed.See The Work
42 Washburn Street, Picton
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Member of Studio Tour (Sept. 21 – 23) and exhibiting at The Maker’s Hand (Nov. 2 – 4)Browse Artists