Elise is pleased to be part of the 2019 Downtown Haliburton Sculpture Exhibition. Her limestone sculpture "Dancers" will be in the courtyard in front of the Spa on Highland Street until the end of October and is available for purchase. Thanks to Gary Mitchell for welding the steel base for the sculpture and to Cirvan for the installation with the help of a crane. It was a warm welcome from Haliburton with a dinner, the nights accommodation, tour of the Sculpture Forest, tour of the sculptures downtown, and reception. We had fun delivering the sculpture in the ole Jalopy.
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I used to be a dancer as well, but I wasn't really able to get the groove of it. I was just a dancer because I was good at it. I realized that I need to do things that I want rather than what I am only good at. If I pretended to do it even more, then I would die not doing what I wanted to do all along. I gave up dancing, but I found something that is much more fun.
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Cirvan Hamilton & Elise Muller
Using a variety of domestic hardwoods, Cirvan designs and builds contemporary pieces of fine furniture. Elise's stylized figurative sculpture is carved in a variety of stone like marble, alabaster, limestone and local dolomite.