Art comes at you from all directions!

Freelance services are available to businesses, communities and fabrication industries in the interest of creating surface detail for incredibly life-like projects, 

cast, carved or contrived.

Working alone or in conjunction with larger production companies,

Lynda McConnell has contributed to many highly visible projects in museums and public spaces throughout the country.

 Such public art is vital to our heritage and general well being. 

Hummingbird sculpture
Painting a sculpture

Detailing the 7' fiberglass body

Hummingbird Sculpture
Hummingbird Sculpture, complete

Design and fabrication by Atlantex Ltd

Distress and detail for exhibit
Distress and detail for exhibit

A close look at the details

Pieces for museum exhibit
Pieces for museum exhibit

Aged wood peices wre created with paint for the Lunenburg Packet exhibit at the Queens County Museum

The Clearwater Lobster: Before
Clearwater Lobster, before

In need of care, a completerefurbishment begins

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Clearwater Lobster, after

Repaired, repainted and protected

Fiberglass and plaster Salmon
Plaster Salmon, before

installing eyes and fins

Salmon Exhibit
Plaster Salmon, after

Suspended illusion, New Brunswick salmon museum

Sculpting a human
Sculpting a head

Playing with polymere

Sculpting a Human
Sculpted Head

The making of a Chocolate Factory display

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Something for the community.

The late sculptor, Winston Bronnum,

first placed The Cow Bay Moose on the

Atlantic shore in 1959.

Over the years, The Moose had been many different colours, including the one seen here and at times his visual condition lay neglected.

As part of a pay-it-forward challenge in 2014,

Lynda set up and quietly toiled until the 12' concrete beast was proudly wearing his new coat of paint.

 

Each year she returns to keep him looking great for the thousands of visitors who frequent this popular

coastal area each year. 

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