A large beautifully detailed cone fired from weathered steel lays on the ground as if it had just fallen from a tree. Canadian sculptor Floyd Elzinga’s work merges pop art with iconic imagery from the Canadian landscape to create fun and inspired pieces from steel.
"Steel is flexible, malleable and forgiving…. One of the best things about steel is that you can weld two pieces together and make it look as though it has always been this way. It feels a little bit like magic." Floyd Elzinga
His cone sculptures have been featured as part of Toronto’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche celebration of contemporary art, and his work is held in collections across Ontario and in the US. Floyd Elzinga received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in Halifax, NS.