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Bond Sculpture

Cameron Sault


Sculpture, Metal on Steel

Size: 25.5 W x 26.5 H x 9 D in

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***ORIGINAL Sculptures*** Bond Sculpture- This is one of the most important sculpture he ever made. Why is it important? As he had an imagination of the world that's really happening, we are all getting divided by religious, race, disability, and people. This sculpture tells, we all have same heart, no matter what we are, we are still same. The colours describe everything who you are. you are unlimited and free. Keep the heart stays peace. Size:25.5"x9"x26.5" Weight: 35 LBS Material: Steel Painted Black indoor only Signed and Certificate of authenticity. Sculpture is located in Canada. Buyer is responsible for importing such as tax etc.

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Sculpture:Metal on Steel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:25.5 W x 26.5 H x 9 D in

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Cameron Sault was born in Welland, Ontario. In 1994, he was two years old, he got a serious illness and his hearing became silent. He is profoundly deaf now, for the rest of his life.   At the age of 5, his Opa (Dutch grandfather) started showing him basic woodworking and helped him to work with his hands. Later, Cameron got more into working with wood and learned all of his Opa’s masterwork and abilities for many years.   At the age of 13, he started his very own business cutting lawn around his neighbours to make extra cash to save money for his future business, which he wasn’t certain what he wanted at the time.  Some time after that, Cameron's parents took him to his father’s good friend who owns a Zoo Park and has many creative sculptures around the park that caught his eyes that made him itch to build, but he was still too young. Later, when he was in college, he realized that he wasn’t fascinated by his studies and the program because it didn’t involve a lot of creativity or working with his hands.  His mind was still wondering about building something unique with wood, and do metal fabrication. After college, he started building industrial furniture, cafe racer motorcycles, and building metal sculptures around 2012 which he is still doing. He has found his passion to build  unique things that you don’t see everyday! When Cameron completed college school, and one year later he decided to go back school for a welding course to gain his knowledge and ambition for his potential building. He also likes collecting metal from the metal recycle to recuse and reuse metal to build objects that last forever. When he builds sculptures from his version/imagination to build to define and represent why it’s so important to have the sculpture to display.

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