Individual Clients
We conceived the 'mural' in the form of sculpture poles to reflect the 'Playground of the Gods' done by Ainu sculptor Noburi Toko as a gift from Kushiro, Burnaby's sister city in Japan.

The sections of the three 14 foot high poles representing Burnaby's Past, Present and Future were chimney flue-liner sections from a local First Nation's brickworks.  The surfaces were carved and sculpted in workshops with community groups by people ranging from Grade 3 to 101 years old.

The sections were fired at the brickworks and assembled around a steel column.
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Sculpture Assembled on site for Architect Paul Kernan (2005).

The elements of this piece reflected the forms of the house and the large hole frames and integrates the natural vine maple into the geometric form.
Mui/McLeod Fireplace 2006
All the tiles were hand made for the exact specifics of the location. This is an example of several location-specific installations.

Multicultural Name Panels
A whole series of these were made for an architect to install in a progressive Calgary Medical practice. The lettering is in English, Arabic and Chinese.
Egyptian Figures
The client wanted these 2 figures (40" high) to flank his fireplace. The figures are Anubis (see smaller version on Anubis Bowl), the jackal headed God. The bases referenced not only coptic jars but also temple columns. The engobes and glazes required extensive testing, and were layered and partially abraded to suggest antiquity.