Crystal Artist & Designer

 

 

 “WAR Flowers, produced by Reford Gardens/Jardins de Métis, is currently being exhibited at Campbell House Museum in Toronto https://www.vimyfoundation.ca/events/24-january-2018-25-march-2018-war-flowers-temporary-art-exhibition-campbell-house-museum/ until March 25, followed by showings at the Visitor Education Center, Canadian National Memorial in Vimy, France from May 2-September 2, and then at the Château Ramezay Museum in Montreal from October 4 through March 31, 2019.”

 

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WAR Flowers | Fleur D’Armes. RESOLVE TO WIN – Percival Molson (Flower: Columbine)

 

WAR Flowers | Fleur D’Armes. RESOLVE TO WIN – Percival Molson (Flower: Columbine) Optical Crystal Sculpture Dimensions: 101/2″ x 14″w x 2″d I believe war is inherent to human nature, as is the desire for victory.  Canadians met the call to war because of their love for King and country.  Every battle required vast quantities of munitions and cost many lives.  The silhouetted soldier stands as a symbol of resolve, courage and honour, while the tug of war of battle over the vast labyrinth of trenches and tunnels represents the long struggle for victory.  For WAR Flowers touring art exhibition details visit.  www.warflowers.ca

 

 





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