New Studio - Work Begins Anew

Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio opens in the new, renovated space with work on the latest moose antler sculpture, ‘Alces Madonna’.

The donnaconna cut shapes on wall, ceiling and placed around the studio help to dampen sound from the carving process, as does the carpet under the carving space.


Work begins in the newly renovated studio for Shane Wilson Sculpture

Work begins in the newly renovated studio on the latest moose antler sculpture.

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New Studio - Renovation Complete

Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio, outside shot, painted.
Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio, outside after installation of new front wall, window and doors.

Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio, inside shot, painted.
Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio, inside after renos and painting.

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New Studio - Renovation

Much was required to prepare the new studio: lighting, electrical upgrades, exits, heating and front and rear walls all needed attention. Tim Lawry and Karl Nordquist from TJ Lawry Construction performed the renos expertly, having created a marvellous new work space for Shane Wilson Sculpture.

Tim Lawry rough wires new lighting for the Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio.
Tim Lawry roughs in new lighting and receptacles for the Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio.

Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio doors, custom made.
Custom-made french doors for the studio, under construction.

Tim Lawry, TJ Lawry Construction, works on custom made french doors for the Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio.
Tim Lawry, TJ Lawry Construction, works on french doors for the Shane Wilson Sculpture Studio.

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Air Canada En Route Magazine - Four Seasons Hotel Toronto - Review

Air Canada's En Route Magazine, image of d|bar and 'Candle Ice Two' by Shane Wilson
Air Canada's En Route Magazine, with image of d|bar and 'Candle Ice Two' by Shane Wilson, heading a review of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, which “exudes modern Canadian style”. (print version article ’Checking In: Our Favourite Hotels’ - p. 32, June 2014)

Moving Studio

It is time to down tools and begin the move to the new studio. For the past six years, this has been a wonderful space, with fond memories of sculpture created and visitors to the studio. Looking forward to the new adventure ...

Time to set tools down and begin the move to the new studio.

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