I just installed it yesterday. Please welcome this new police officer sculpted for the City of Lacombe's police station.
Excited about this latest commission!! Life-size FIREFIGHTER sculpture for the City of Richmond. Here is a quick time-lapse look into the making of. Appreciate the support!
Victoria's Nathan Scott has been awarded an Art Project to Honour Firefighters
A bronze sculpture of a masked firefighter will be installed at the new Brighouse Fire Hall No.1 in Richmond, British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., Oct. 16, 2015 – Canadian figurative sculptor Nathan Scott has been commissioned to design and create a masked firefighter hauling a fire hose while holding an axe, by the Richmond City council. A maquette is available for photographing.
The sculpture was approved unanimously by the council and was chosen over 18 other artist submissions. Eric Fiss, public art planner, stated that this piece will, “enhance the sense of community, place and civic pride.”
Nathan Scott will be crafting the sculpture in his very own foundry and studio based on the Peninsula of Vancouver Island.
Nathan's most well-know pieces are of Terry Fox (Mile 0) in Victoria, BC, 'The Homecoming', which is a sculpture commemorating the 100th Anniversary for the Canadian Navy and displayed downtown Victoria, and the bench people in Sidney, BC. "Sculpting for the public is one of the most satisfying parts of my business,” says Scott, and explains “I get to see how people react and interact with the piece.”
About Nathan Scott
Nathan Scott is an internationally recognized figurative bronze sculptor based in Victoria, British Columbia. Nathan resides in Victoria, BC, about 5 minutes away from Butchart Gardens with his wife and 5 young children, a multitude of chickens and a family of pigs on a hobby farm. www.sculpturebynathanscott.com
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Nathan Scott, 250 889 3421, email@example.com
Public Commission by Bronze Sculptor Nathan Scott
You can't miss Nathan Scott's recent bronze sculpture public commission situated right outside the doors of The Great George Hotel, across the street from St. Dunstan’s Basilica church in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island . This historic site is said to be connected to a conversation between the two John Hamilton Gray's that led to the Confederation of Canada.
This video is a time-lapse stop motion process of crafting the 'Fathers of Confederation' the two John Grays' bronze sculpture. Nathan Scott is a international known artist, who works with crafting figurative and wildlife commissioned bronze sculptures.
Cafe Victoria on CFAX Radio speaks with Sculptor Nathan Scott.
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International Bronze Sculptor