Sculptures by Elise Muller shown in Public Places
THE 2020 ELORA SCULPTURE PROJECT
Dancers (Limestone) by Elise Muller displayed along Riverwalk in Fergus ON
Exciting news - this sculpture has been purchased to be donated to the town!
Photos taken by Toni Ellis
1st at the 2018/9 CANADIAN SCULPTURE COMPETITION
Kingsbrae Garden, St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB
Attunement (St. George Red Granite) by Elise Muller
This sculpture is in the Permanent Collection of the Kingsbrae Garden's Sculpture Garden
Photo taken by Ruby Allan
THE 2019 DOWNTOWN HALIBURTON SCULPTURE EXHIBITION
Dancers (Limestone) by Elise Muller
THE 2018 ELORA SCULPTURE PROJECT
Attunement #1 (Granite) by Elise Muller displayed along Riverwalk, Fergus
THE 2017 ELORA SCULPTURE PROJECT
This sculpture is called the Gatekeeper. The Gray Jay is carved from Indiana Limestone and is perched on a "gate post" carved from Travertine (Adair Marble). I chose to submit a Whiskey Jack as it has newly been appointed as Canada's National Bird and this is Canada's 150th anniversary year. The Gatekeeper is one of 18 sculptures in downtown Elora and Fergus as part of www.elorasculpture.ca
DORSET HEALTH HUB SCULPTURE "CONNECTIONS"
"Connections" (2016) was carved in a 5 foot tall block of yellow limestone by Elise Muller for the Healing Garden in front of the Dorset Community Health Care Hub on Main Street Dorset. The sculpture and garden was made possible by a generous donation from Peter Goring. "Connections" captures an Autumnal Family Walk as Dorset is well known for the Scenic Lookout Tower in the Fall. The sculpture shows their connection to each other and to their environment. There is something very healing about spending time in nature doing physical things like walking together. This is Elise's first major Public Art Commission.