one of a kind sculpture make excellent incentives, gifts and
The uniqueness of each piece imparts a personal feeling our clients
prefer over mass produced products. We always strive to work with
individual customers to come up with innovative, unique solutions for
any corporate need.
To date, Spirit of the Stone Studios has completed
various different corporate projects, the largest and most recent being
Archaeological Services Inc. and The Golf Association of Ontario.
Don't forget! we do large sculpture monuments
as well. Have your logo as a handmade sculpture, or invest in
authentic Canadian Native Art to grace the foyer of your offices or
|This piece was commissioned by Archaeological Services Inc. as
corporate art work for their boardroom. The soapstone piece is a
large scale replica of an effigy pipe (smoking
pipe used by First Nations, decorated with images)
that was unearthed by ASI during excavations on an archaeological site
in Barrie, Ontario. This artifact has been dated to
AD 1400-1450. The pipe has been interpreted as
human face on one side and a wolf (?) on the other. The carving
set on a cedar pole with an Eagle feather carved on the front.
The original artifact is curated by the Huronia Museum in
Association of Ontario
||The prizes seen
here were for a number of the amateur golf tournament awards for
2003. The emblem of the GAO was counter sunk into each
piece. Upwards of 50 pieces were completed for the 2003
season, these included Feathers and Eagles (seen here) as well as
Ancestors. We have now also completed another line of first
prizes for the 2004 season.
seen here are part of an incentive/award program new for Saturn /Saab
for the next 3 years. Each sculpture consists of three separate
mountains, each representing goals attained for the next 3 years.
The mountain has the Saturn/Saab emblems inserted into the front.
76 sets of three mountains were completed this summer. You can
see from the picture the uniqueness of each mountain, each stone is
In Pursuit of a Quest,
Novel By: Sharon L. Willshaw
||This moose antler amulet was
by a local author who wanted to have a real life depiction of the
subject of her children's book. The Amulet was done in moose
antler and framed in a shadow box. The amulet was used as a prize
for one lucky child at the launch of the book.
||The Shadow box
seen here is another option for such commissions. This windswept
pine is done in white alabaster with a soapstone piece signifying land
underneath. The subject could be anything, we have done
petroglyphs, feathers and are working on an accompanying "ice pick" to
go with the General Motors order. The frames are available in
Barn board (as seen here), cherry (as seen above) and black. Sizes: 5x6
(seen here), 8x10 and larger..
are almost endless! We can make most things happen. We
deliver on time, and can do larger quantities, as demonstrated
talk, email me