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April 28th monument to all workers who have been killed or injured on the job

A Sculpture to Celebrate, Remember, and Honour the women and men who have been injured or died while at work in and around the city of Saint John. This sculpture will be located beside the W. Franklin Hatheway Labour Exhibit Center, which is an amazing environment for this piece. Having the essentials of the natural surroundings, along with a sense …

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Americas Future

One of the highlights in my sculpting career, has been the opportunity to work with John and Kathy Hooper. This sculpture was the first time that we worked together. This large sculpture was for the Pilgrim School in Los Angeles.  

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CREDO

John Peter Humphrey was a man committed to human rights and the condition of mankind. He rose to great heights in his life’s work but never lost the sense of himself as part of the society he lived in. In the sculpture the older man contemplates the draught of his document quietly; beside him kneels the small figure of himself …

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Sculptures

Northrop Frye & my Aunt Beatrice Northrop Frye bronze, Darren Byers, Fred Harrison and Dr. Robert D. Denham
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Beyond words Book Tour

Beyond Words Darren Byers’ Artist Statement for “View through the broken pain” Words have never quite worked for me as a means of expression, instead it has been wood carving. The carving becomes a communication between me and the wood as I am seduced by the feeling that, maybe this time, I will be able to express the conversation clearly. …

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Stimulare Show

Stimulare : The Whispering Project Artists of all stripes tend to continue doing what they do best, keeping to the path that led to their success. How do they move themselves onto a new track? Often the nudge is provided by other artists–their company and their work. This exhibit demonstrates an innovative prod. The nineteen artists know each other well and …