Charley Farrero



   



PUBLIC  SCULPTURES
 
PRAIRIE DESIGN GROUP

Prairie Design Group (PDG) was founded in 2004
by Charley Farrero for the purpose of creation of large size sculptures for public or private commissions.
Different artists were invited to collaborate in different projects .





Saskatchewan Centennial project - 2005.
 Proposals for 3 cities in Saskatchewan.
 Estevan, Yorkton, LLoydminster
 Finalist

Artists invited:
Michael Hosaluk, Sean Whalley, Mel Bolen



Maquette for the city of Estevan
 proposed dimensions: 5 m x 1.5 m  x 3 m
materials: steel,  fired clay, wood, prairie soil


Maquette for the  city of Yorkton
proposed dimensions: 5 m x 1.5 m  x 3 m
materials: wood, concrete, lights


Maquette for the  city of  LLoydminster
proposed dimensions: 5 m x 1.5 m  x 3 m
materials: wood, copper , steel
 

 


Saskatoon River Landing, Saskatchewan
"Launch Time"  Site specific sculpture
Artists invited:
Michael Hosaluk, Sean Whalley, Mel Bolen


Materials :  Cast re-inforced  white concrete
Steel Helical  Anchors

 
 

IMMIGRANT RECOGNITION SCULPTURE PROJECT, Regina, Saskatchewan

"Passages " Proposal

Artist invited:

Michael Hosaluk


Materials :  Cast re-inforced  white concrete
Steel  Anchors
Ceramic tiles base




 
Shaw Centre Corridor Art Installation , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan
proposal: Finalist
Artists invited:
Pierre Lheritier
Lincoln Dobson



proposed dimensions:1.2 m x 1.2m  x 5 m
materials: wood, copper , steel



proposed dimensions:1.2 m x 1.2m  x 4 m
materials: wood, copper , steel


 
Fred Broadstock Leisure Centre Public Art Project, Edmonton , Alberta
proposal
Artist invited:
Pierre Lheritier
                                                                    

proposed dimensions:1.2 m x 1.2m  x 5 m
materials: wood, copper , steel





 
 
 


    Charley Farrero
Prairie Design Group

    Box 96 Meacham ,SK
    S0K 2V0 CANADA
    306-3764423
  pdg@farrero.ca

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