After nearly 45 years of creating one-of-a-kind monuments, prints and bronzes, Studio West Bronze Foundry & Art Gallery has been featured in the news numerous times. You have the chance to see these amazing works by requesting a free tour and visiting us in person.
With Remembrance Day a month away, it’s shaping up to be especially significant for one Calgary-area family this year. Here’s Gil Tucker video on how they’re paying tribute to the fallen, with a project that hits close to home.
The Canadian Press recently interviewed Studio West founder Don Begg about his part in creating and giving a “facelift” to the statue of Wayne Gretzky that has stood at Rexall Place for 27 years, but is now being moved to a new arena. Read to learn more about the statue’s history.
The dynamic team of Don Begg and his wife Shirley Stephens-Begg has been shortlisted for the competition to create a tributary statue to the Stanley Cup. The Calgary Herald got the details about the competition and how the owners of Studio West have impacted Canada from Tuktoyaktuk to Ottawa. Get the details.
CBC recently profiled Studio West founder Don Begg in an article, highlighting his years of experience and his creation of more than 85 public monuments across North America. The article talks about Don’s art and presents examples of his work.
Don Begg’s “Sitting Eagle” statue of John Hunter has been mentioned as one of the top things to see when visiting Calgary by TripAdvisor®.
The unveiling of Studio West Bronze Foundry & Art Gallery’s work, “Nuns and Nightingales,” was featured on CTV News in Calgary on September 25th, 2011.
We have been revealed as finalists for the first Made in Alberta Awards on the Made in Alberta Awards website and on social media.
On April 6th 2018, tragedy struck the small town of Humboldt, SK when a collision claimed the lives of 16 members of the Broncos junior hockey team. Among the deceased was 42 year old Darcy Haugan, the dedicated coach at the helm of the Humboldt Broncos.
Studio West is honoured to have been a part of the effort to commemorate the life of Coach Haugan by casting the statue now erected in his hometown of Peace River, AB.