The Boreal Sculpture Garden was founded by sculptor, Luben Boykov, and environmentalist,
John Evans, in 1995. It is located on 6.5 acres of pasture, forest, bog
and ponds near St. Johnís Newfoundland.
Canadian Centre for Architecture Sculpture Garden
1.3-acre, landscaped public park and garden with 11 sculptures designed
by Montreal artist and architect Melvin Charney.
Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1920 Baile St., Montreal, Quebec H3H
2s6. Contact: Maurice Boucher, public relations coordinator. Tel: (514)939-7026.
Fax (514) 939- 7020.
Geert Maas Sculpture
Over one acre sculpture garden, gallery and studio of Geert Maas.
One of the largest collections of bronze sculptures in Canada and new
works ongoing. Sculpture in bronze, aluminum, stainless steel, stoneware
and multimedia, also indoor sculpture and paintings. All work by Geert
250 Reynolds Road, Kelowna, British Columbia V1V 2G7. Phone (250) 860-7012.
Fax (250) 860-0494. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open May15 to Sept. 15, Monday- Saturday 10a.m. to 5p.m. Year round by
Stewart Art Centre Sculpture Park
Open year round dawn to dusk. Site for 18 permanent large scale sculptures
by Canadian artists is one of the most diverse parks in Canada.
358 Gordon Street, Guelph, ON, N1G 1Y1 Tel: (519) 837-0010 Fax: (519) 767-2661
Winding along the waterfront parkland of Canada's Southernmost urban centre,
the Odette Sculpture Park locates itself as a point of physical, political
and philosophical intersection.
Contact: Department of Parks and Recreation 2450 McDougall Street Windsor,
Ontario N8X 3N6 Tel: (519)253-2300, Fax: (519)255-7990 Email: email@example.com
Toronto Sculpture Garden
Features changing exhibitions of contemporary sculpture.
115 King St. East, Toronto. Contact: Rena Greer. (416) 485-9658.
Fax (416) 485-1166. Direct inquiries to: PO Box 65, Station Q, Toronto,
Ontario M4t 2Lz. Open daily from 8a.m. to dusk.
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