Stephens Art: Antler carvings and more

Updated 2019 04 18

Stephen’s Art is by an artist whose work spans antler carvings and much more.

Index for Stephen’s Art

Stephen’s Art — Antler carvings



Wall Clock on cedar slab


Mantle Clock

Stephen will carve per request and make deals (e.g.: accept moose antlers as part of price for carvings).

Price for a carving like any of those shown here: Can$350

Contact Stephen

Tel: (780) 796-2306 (leave message with your tel.#, if necessary). You can also leave a FB message here. It will be passed on to Stephen.

Fish pond and water works in Stephen’s backyard

Stephen's art -Water works and fish pond

Stephen’s Art – Waterworks and fish pond in Stephen’s backyard

Waterworks and fish pond in Stephen backyard

Waterworks and fish pond in Stephen’s backyard

Stephen’s Art — Iron-work

Stephen's art - Gate to the back-alley

Stephen’s Art – Gate to the back-alley

Stephen's Art - Gate to back-alley, detail

Gate to back-alley, detail

Stephen's Art - Gate to back-alley, detail

Gate to back-alley, detail

Stephen's Art - bench


Note: The following opinions are mine and not necessarily Stephen’s.

Stephen is not only an artist but also an unemployed construction worker who is in danger of losing his home because he will probably remain unemployed * – like many other Albertans – on account of Rachel Notley’s and Justin Trudeau’s decision to approve a Quebec contractor to rebuilt Fort McMurray, a Northern-Alberta city that is struggling to emerge out of the destruction caused by the 2016 forest fire that put large portions of it to rubble and ashes.

It is nepotism.  What will be next?  Will the provincial and federal governments grab the right to decide who will sweep our streets, cut our lawns, collect our garbage, dig our gardens?

We must hang together.  If we don’t, our “leaders” will make sure that we will hang separately.  Neither the provincial- nor the federal governments’ should usurp the right to decide which of their favorite contractors should benefit from the work necessary to rebuild Ft. McMurray.  The city of Ft. McMurray has the right to make that decision.

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