Granite avocados with 14 foot-high aluminum chopsticks.
The purpose of the work was to touch on urban redevelopment and the imposition that such work imposes on the landscape. Stated bluntly, this work was intended to act as a Shiatsu treatment to reline the earth.
May 12, 1957 Toronto, ON
Currently principal of Rusnak Gallant Ltd. Design - construction and consultation for private and public landscape and art projects.
1996 Emily Carr Institute of Art and DesignBachelor of Fine Art 1992-1997; Emma Lake Artist's Workshop1983-1988; Emily Carr College of Art and Design Diploma Fine Art, Sculpture; 1985-1986 Staatiche Academy Karlsrule, Germany, Sculpture; 1985 Lindabrunn Stone Symposium, Lindabrunn Austria; 1996 BC Care Awards; 1988 Emily Carr College of Art and Design Merit Award; 1987, 1985, 1984 BC Cultural Fund Senior Scholarship; 1986 Society of Graphic Designers of Canada, Award of Merit.
Six tons Campbell River granite, aluminum
Five meters high, the dispersed piece is in an area of six meters.
Entrance to Hotel Grand Pacific, 463 Belleville Street.