Arbie Kepler

Arbie Kepler

Arbie Kepler Attending sculpture classes through the University of Saskatchewan USCAD program opened a new set of doors to his art. With the use of steel in abstract form, Arbie captures and defines the basic power and essence of each subject. Simplifying structure...
Cecilia J. Cote

Cecilia J. Cote

Cecilia J. Cote Cecilia J. Cote (Cec) has been a member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council (SCC) since she helped found it in 1975. She is a juried member in clay and sculpture and has served two terms on the Board of Directors. Cec also worked for the SCC as a Gallery...
Don Hefner

Don Hefner

Don Hefner As a self-taught metal sculptor, Don has made over 1,300 pieces which can be found in all provinces, twenty-four states, and nine other countries. He repurposes and recycles metals from farm machinery and barbed wire, with emphasis on wireworks. Don’s...
Helen E. Herr

Helen E. Herr

Helen E. Herr Creating sacred space is Helen’s goal as she moves through stages in her life: wife to grandmother, piano teacher to clergy, poet to painter and sculptor. A spiritual focus overflows from these life experiences. Abstraction in her soapstone sculptures...
James S. Korpan

James S. Korpan

James S. Korpan James S. Korpan is a Saskatchewan born artist and sculptor who is in his fifth decade of breathing life into each and every bird, fish, or animal that he creates from the found, recycled and manipulated steel or bronze that inspires him. His work is...