Artworks created in this year ranged from the intimate to the grand.
Here are a highlighted selection of them.
Stainless steel and coated steel
Nuit Blanche 2010
Pine Cone Colony, Cambell House Museum, Queen Street, Toronto, ON
Floyd Elzinga’s pine cone sculptures 'colonized' both the house and grounds of historic Campbell House Museum in downtown Toronto. The main feature of this installation was a giant “Fire Cone” in the central flower bed, on the path way leading directly up to the front door of the Campbell House.All night long the Fire Cone was kept stoked with firewood creating a central gathering place that ranged from boisterous and unrestrained to quiet and intimate.
This is a collection of work that is currently available on display at The Artist Project,Toronto.
Pine cones, spruce cones, fire cones and more.
Using the properties of steel to create colours, texture and depth these landscapes are a modern take on the quintessential Canadian Landscape.
Grimsby Public Art Gallery
Hope Baptismal Font
steel, stone and hand blown glass