Artists Speak – Dealing with Isolation

Bill Lockyer – Stone Sculptor

20190913_115516“My name is Bill, I am born and raised in Ottawa.  I am still working at CHEO on the cancer ward.  I have been working in lots of venues such as painting and wood sculpture, I have built a wooden rocking horse but my main interest is soap stone, which I have been doing for several years.  
I have followed Patrick Imai for several years and I like his style.  I was looking forward to attending the National Capital Network of Sculptors meetings and will attend once they resume.  I don’t have a website yet, but here are some examples of my work.  I did a 20190908_164834show at the Gem and Stone in the fall at the Nepean Sportsplex.  I always question what prices to put on pieces and by attending the NCNS meetings I hope to get some feed back regarding this.  Looking forward to meeting all of you in the future.”
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2 Responses to Artists Speak – Dealing with Isolation

  1. Bill and Janet Lockyer says:

    Hello Maria, thank you for posting Bills works, it looks great. Like to mention though, his last name is spelt wrong, it should be LOCKYER, the Y was dropped. Lots of people spell it different ways.

    Thanks Janet and Bill

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