The Boys and Girls Club at Sculpture Expo

This summer we worked with the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa at the McArthur Avenue location to create an amazing 12′ mural. It was an incredible experience for the members of the National Capital Network of Sculptors as well as a great learning experience for the kids at the centre. Part of the preparation and design of the mural involved creating a maquette. Our artists came together to create the smaller 1′ x 4′ two-panel masterpiece you see here. Come see it in person at Sculpture EXPO, October 25-27 at Lansdowne Park in the Horticulture Building where we will be offering it in a silent auction with 100% of the proceeds going to support the art program at the Boys and Girls Club on McArthur Avenue.  “Just Keep Swimming” is a mixed media sculpture combining wood, acrylic, resin, polymer clay and glass. While you are at Sculpture EXPO check out some of the work by talented young artists from the Boys and Girls Club.

One more thing to see and do at SCULPTURE EXPO – October 25-27

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Figurative Artist
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