2022 Snow Sculpture Descriptions
Otters: This sculpture depicts North American river otters as the lively inhabitants of Banff National Park that they are. They represent joy and playfulness, the perfect embodiment of Banff. Created by Susanne Ruseler & David Ducharme from the Kootenays, BC.
Spreading Joy: This sculpture is a reminder of the importance of the simple beauty that surrounds us. Created by Susanne Ruseler & David Ducharme from the Kootenays, BC.
Sharp Feet: This sculpture prompts us to experience the thrill of going where no one has gone before. Created by Peter Vogelaar & Alex Avelino from Winlaw/Nelson, BC.
Kids Gotta Fly: This sculpture embodies childlike playfulness. It doesn't take much....some snow, a hill and a toboggan! Created by Peter Vogelaar & Alex Avelino from Winlaw/Nelson, BC.
Mutual Passion and Affection: This sculpture depicts two loyal friends “Billy and Balti “ the dogs, cherishing a wholesome moment after a long day exploring the mountains. Created by the Baisas Brothers from Ontario/Quebec.
More Pine Cones Please!: This sculpture shows a hard working red squirrel perched upon a well stocked midden, enjoying the abundance of pine cones they have acquired, while luxuriously lounging on an imagined chaise lounge, for a well deserved break. Created by Voyager Art: Brian McArthur & Dawn Detarando from Red Deer County, AB.
Cozy Corner Cabin: This sculpture tells the story of an inquisitive bear picturing himself in a plush chair by the roaring fire. Created by Voyager Art: Brian McArthur & Dawn Detarando from Red Deer County, AB.