Jul 29

Filed in Mia News, Public Art

I am pleased to announce that the four enormous glass pyramids of Edmonton’s unique botanical gardens—The Muttart Conservatory—have now been joined by a fifth pyramid. My first commissioned public sculpture was unveiled a few weeks ago at the Conservatory’s newly renovated entrance.

Muttart Pyramid
“It is not a complicated conceptual piece; even people not familiar with art can understand it. They can see the connections between the intricacies of a simple leaf structure and the inner workings of a city…”
Muttart Director Judith Rohovie

This project has had a significant effect on my art practice; to see some of my new designs in stone as well as etchings in mirror and glass please go to the engraving page of this website. If you would like to discuss how my new work could fit into any of your projects, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Reader's Comments

  1. Lynn Erickson | August 3rd, 2009 at 8:20 pm

    Well done Mia!

    It looks great! I hope that Gunnar and I can get out there to see it sometime!

    Keep up the good work!


    Lynn & Gunnar

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