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The Prairie Sculptor's Association is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and is comprised of members from across the Province. our members are varied in their skill set and include Blacksmithing, stone carving, wood, iron work, bronze casting, ceramics, clay and more.

Please feel free to contact us to organize a symposium in your town, commission a sculpture or put on a workshop in your community.


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  Chapel Gallery Symposium
Opening reception Thursday, August 21st

The PSA has spent the past 2 weeks building a number of monumental sculptures from iron, wood and recycled materials. These sculptures will be placed around the Chapel gallery when complete.

The PSA will be holding a 2 week Sculpting Symposia at the Chapel Gallery in North Batteford – the week of August 11 to 23. Our Exhibition is titled ‘Shift Shapers’ and will be on display from September 2nd to October 5th.

The opening will be Thursday, August 21st. 7PM - 9PM.

The PSA Show opens on September 2nd, 2014 and runs till October 12th.

PSA Innovation Show
2014 Annual Show and Exhibition - Beauty of Now - April 27 to May 8

The Prairie Sculptors Association open their annual show and sale on April 27th. A wide variety of sculptures using traditional methods as well as found items have been used to create assemblages in support of Habitat for Humanity and Earth Day. The show continues into May at the Galleria at Innovation Place in Saskatoon.

Thank you for everyone who attended.

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