Architectural Carving

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Half of a finial – designed and carved for Halifax Armoury
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Half of a finial – designed and carved for Halifax Armoury

 

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First Nations Peace Monument – designed by Douglas Cardinal; carved, polished, tooled, and installed with Smith & Barber Sculpture Atelier (http://smithandbarber.com)

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Balustrades carved from St. Marc Limestone while working for Smith & Barber (Gare Windsor, Montréal, QC)

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Templated, carved sandstone column base for Fredericton City Hall
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Sandstone column base (Fredericton City Hall, NB)
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Hand-carved sandstone lintel (Cranewood Building, Sackville, NB)
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Tooling detail
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Hand-carved sandstone sill (Cranewood, Sackville, NB)
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Hand-carved sandstone sills (Mississippi Mills Textile Museum, Almonte, ON)
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Measured, templated, and carved Dutchman repairs (126 Prince William St, Saint John)
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Hand-cut rubble sandstone quoins
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Tudor vault – made of hand-carved rubble sandstone
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Solid stone base made of squared rubble sandstone
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Indiana limestone stair tread

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Carved lower half of ionic volute
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