Fly Freeman is a British sculptor resident in Uxbridge, in Ontario since 2001, when she immigrated to Canada from Europe. She arrived as a stone carver, but has since expanded her sculptural practice to include many other materials – especially ones you can work on indoors in the winter.
During a recent visit back to my home country of East Anglia in the UK, I got the chance of a day in Ely, site of one of the great English cathedrals. East Anglia is rich in churches and at least three cathedrals of note, but Ely, the ‘Ship of the Fens’ is a stunner. […]
Winter could be my favourite season, favourite Canadian season, it would be wrong to say it the season that was most enjoyable in Scotland. Here the dormant landscape is a layering of the softest grey browns, skirted by the ochres and golds of last years grasses. The occasional haze of red dogwood, the deep dull […]
Audacious clients lead to great projects… A couple living in a condominium in Toronto, not thrilled with their view contacted Muscat.Freeman to see if we could devise a glass piece that would transform their kitchen window – no problem! As part of the collaborative process with clients, we often ask for words that will lead […]
Some sculptors suffer from the ‘I could make that’ syndrome. That leads us into many making forays that should perhaps be left to experts, but cabinetry is not too far a stretch if you have lots of good woodworking tools in the studio. I mean, we make crates all the time, a cabinet is just […]