2019-20 ~Redevelopment of whirligig ‘Chinook-a-tron’.
~Metal sculpture for Dr. Harold Elke.
2018 ~Metal wall sculpture for retired University of Lethbridge president Howard Tenant.
2017 ~Selected to do a proposed mural for High River, AB in a nation wide competition. Title: High River Jubilation
2014 ~Completed the Comparative Historical Timeline Scrolls.
~Designed four Black Wolf subdivision entrance statues.
2013 ~Created fiberglass horse with real mane and tail, Galt Museum exhibit.
2012 ~Design for a comparative historical timeline mural for Galt Museum.
~Designed and fabricated war memorabilia cabinets and scale models for
- ~Kinetic and static sculptures, developing a human powered rotocasting machine, paintings.
2010 ~Completed the dental clinic statue.
~Awarded the ACACA masters category in painting for the southern zone.
~Galt Museum exhibit of early 20th century airmen and aircraft.
2009 ~Completed the workshop/studio.
~Commission of statue for Integrity Dental Clinic.
- ~Designed and build painter/sculptor workshop/studio.
~Engineering kinetic sculptures.
2007 ~Commission for more kinetic wind sculptures from Lethbridge BRZ
- ~Design and execution of mural for the Galt Museum main room.
Also antique signage and faux treatment of buildings for museum.
~Mould making for Gyrocaster.
~Installation of Wranglin’ Willie and the Windeater.
2005 ~’Wranglin’ Willie and the Windeater’ kinetic sculpture for BRZ.
~Sculptural projects for Dr. Elke.
~Manifestation of the ‘Gyrocaster’ a rotocasting machine.
~Display work for the UFA.
~Paintings for Dr. Gibb office waiting room.
- ~Illustrations for YWCA mural.
~Invention of the ‘Gyrocaster’ a rotocasting machine made for creating hollow bodied sculptures.
~Experimentations in wind driven kinetic sculptures.
- ~Research and developments in wind driven kinetic sculptures.
~Display work for Ft. Whoop-up
~Designed artwork for helicopter body for Dr. Elke.
2002 ~Designs for the exterior artwork of helicopters.
~Designed and painted two murals for downtown Lethbridge. (15×30 & 13X45ft.)
~Design and build wind driven kinetic sculptures.
~Mural for Treats Eatery in Lethbridge.
~Display for Galt #8 Historical Site Society.
2001 ~Dog exhibits for Park Place Mall
~Dayglow mural (eighty foot length) Oilmans Club dance floor in Taber, AB.
- ~Four shoe vignette exhibits for Park Place Mall, Lethbridge, AB.
~Satirical piggy bank exhibition at Lethbridge Public Library.
~Coalmining exhibit for Park Place Mall. Mall won international award for Christmas season marketing and promotion, artwork was part of this.
1999 ~Designed and built all exhibits at Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre, L ethbridge,AB.
~four Christmas season vignette exhibits for Park Place Mall in Lethbridge.
~ Designed and produced 400 limited edition metal medallions
~Computer reworking of original Fort Whoop-Up photo.
1998 ~Buffalo dioramic mural with sculptured platform merging into it for Fort Whoop-Up Interpretative Centre, Lethbridge.
~Third construction hoarding mural for Vancouver International Airport (Domestic Terminal).
~Group show Medicine Hat Cultural Centre.
~ Six large paintings for the Oilmen’s Club in Taber, AB.
1997 ~One-man art exhibition at Burnaby Arts Council
~Two construction hoarding murals for Vancouver International Airport (Domestic Terminal).
~Artworks featured in 35mm horror movie “Alice’s House” produced and directed by Paul Miller.
1997 ~Represented by Webster Gallery in Calgary, AB.
1996 ~Mural for Qualex in Whistler, B.C.
~Mural for warehouse condominiums in New Westminster. B.C.
~Dealer representation by Octavia Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
1995 ~One-man art exhibition at New Westminster Art Gallery in the Park.
1994 ~Mural for construction hoarding for Kingswood Estates, Development Vancouver, B.C.
~Murals for Immaculate Heart Day-care Centre, Coquitlam, B.C.
~Dealer representation by Harrison Galleries, Vancouver, B.C.
1993 ~Murals for Command H.Q. in Coquitlam, B.C. and Marion’s Furniture in Vancouver, B.C.
~One-man show at Richmond Art Gallery.
1992 ~Murals for Command H.Q. in Maple Ridge, B.C. and Regina, Saskatchewan.
~Represented by Whistler Village Art Gallery in Whistler,B.C.
1991 ~Satirical ceramic piggy bank series (limited edition).
~Painted major murals for Longhorn Saloon, Whistler B.C., Ocean Spray Cranberry television commercial and entire room murals for Command H.Q., in Langley, B.C. and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
1990 ~Group show and a one-man show at the Harrington Galleries in Vancouver, B.C.
~Represented Vancouver at the Festival of B.C. Arts juried exhibition in Victoria, B.C.
1989 ~B.C. Artists at the Square’89 – 6th annual juried exhibition, sponsored by the Robson Square Media Centre, Vancouver, B.C.
1985-‘86 ~Represented by Westlands Gallery in Calgary, AB.
1985 ~One-man show at the Lone Coyote Gallery in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
~One-man show at Gallery Cate in Ft. MacLoed, AB.
1983-‘84 ~Represented by W.R. Mitchell & Associates Gallery in Calgary AB.
1981 ~First one-man show at the Bowman Art Centre in Lethbridge.
1979 ~Worked as an illustrator at the Great Pacific Northwest Art Company in Vancouver
1975 ~Graduated from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta.
Murals and sculptures throughout Western Canada
* Richmond Municipal Art Gallery, Richmond, B.C.
* Alberta Art Foundation, Edmonton, Alberta.
* Canadian Utilities Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta.
* Foothills Hospital, Calgary, Alberta.
* University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta.
* Bow Valley Square, Calgary, Alberta.
* Sir Alexander Galt Museum, Lethbridge, Alberta.
* Mayor’s David Carpenter’s collection, Lethbridge City Hall.
* Private Collections throughout Western Canada, California, Hawaii, and Hong Kong.
* Satirical piggy bank in the estate of Pierre Trudeau.
Since 1975 commercial art endeavours have embraced numerous directions: murals; silk screening; speciality signage; metal working conventional illustrations and computer graphics; photography; multi-media sculpture; design and display artwork for museums (Galt Museum, Helen Schuler Nature Centre, and Fort Whoop-Up); model building for engineering firms -U.M.A. Engineering (Lethbridge), Gisborne Design (Burnaby, B.C.), and Universal Pictures (Bird on a Wire); and various art projects for the motion picture and television industries. Was also an instructor at Mount Royal College in Calgary, for five semesters, teaching airbrush technology.