The sculpture "Carrying the weight of the world" was donated to Lakeridge Health Care, Oshawa in honour of all the medical personnel in Canada who took the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic in spring 2020. This hand carved soapstone sculpture is a nurse carrying the earth with COVID-19 growing out from the top. It was nominated by Lori Paradis through a draw to be displayed in Lakeridge Health Care in June 2020.
The sculpture "Thundering Silence" is soapstone and was donated to the Bellevue Hospital in New York City for the people. It is in honour of all the service personnel who perished in the collapse of the World Trade Center September the 11, 2001. It was almost entirely done by hand and over 1000 hours were spent on chiseling, filing and sanding. Bellevue Hospital is the oldest in North America and the most prestigious in New York City, the first casualties of 9/11 were sent there, being the closest to ground zero.
The sculpture "The Challenge" was entered into a worldwide competition out of San Fransisco to help bring awareness and raise funds for child poverty. I won best in show and raised $8,000.00 for the cause with my sculpture.
The sculpture "The Guardian", a 5 foot tall marble wolf, was donated to the Tweed Legion and was placed beside the Cenotaph to honour our Canadian troops who fought and lost their lives in Afghanistan.