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Petun Woman   2012
Simcoe County Museum Commission
The Petun Woman, a bronze bust on a granite base, was commissioned by the Simcoe County Museum.  The Petun Woman symbolically holds a stalk of corn representing the tending of food and nurturing of her nation. This sculpture will be installed in a Sensory Garden at the Museum to be designed and completed in 2013. 
Sir Wilfrid Laurier    2011
Wilfrid Laurier University Centennial Commission, Waterloo, ON
This life-size bronze sculpture of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, depicted as a young newly elected MP at the beginning of his spectacular career, resonates in a university setting. Carved into the artist-designed granite bench upon which Laurier is seated is Laurier’s quote, “I am a Canadian. Canada has been the inspiration of my life.”

Pierre le Moyne, Sieur d’Iberville    2009
City of Ocean Springs, Fort Maurepas Park Commission, Ocean Springs, Mississippi
This life-size bronze sculpture of Pierre le Moyne, Sieur d’Iberville, was commissioned for Fort Maurepas Park, of the City of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, to commemorate the founding of Fort Maurepas. This sculpture of d’Iberville shows him holding the ship-shaped calumet he presented to the Bayagoula Native Peoples at the time of his discovery of the mouth of the Mississippi River. The sculpture was unveiled in October, 2009.

John Graves Simcoe    2008

County of Simcoe Commission, Midhurst, ON
Two life-size bronze busts of John Graves Simcoe were commissioned to honour the legacy of John Graves Simcoe, Upper Canada’s Lieutenant Governor from 1791-96, for Simcoe County. The busts are displayed in the Simcoe County Administration Centre and the Simcoe County Museum.