I can finally show you how 60% of my public art sculpture project for Vancity Savings Credit Union was done. For the period of production of the two granite sculptures, I was under a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Vancity, as they wanted the project to be a surprise when they were installed. Titled “Perception/Perspective”, […]
On Sunday morning, April 22, 2018, I installed and unveiled my public art sculptures, titled “Perspective/Perception” in front of the Vancity Savings Credit Union in Chinatown, Vancouver, BC, Canada at the corner of Main and Keefer Streets. After months of […]
It is official. We now own our brand new studio and gallery space in Squamish, BC, Canada. After over a year of the build process we now have the keys. But I will not be moving into this space just yet. I know you […]
My latest pubic art sculpture commission is nearing completion and these are detail shots of some parts of the sculptures. I’m carving two artworks in grey granite that will grace the entryway to one of Vancity Savings Credit Union’s […]
LeSoleil Fine Art Gallery hosted an event for me, “An Evening with Vancouver Sculpture Artist Michael Binkley” on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Despite down pouring rain, a wonderful group of admirers turned out in attendance.
This was a opportunity for me to introduce the Gallery to my patrons and for me to be introduced to the […]
My latest public art commission for one of Vancity Savings Credit Union’s new branches in Vancouver, BC, Canada is progressing nicely. I have introduced an assistant to help me with the carving of this granite sculpture commission, and the assistant is […]
The raw blocks of stone are ready for my public art sculpture project. I will be carving two companion, four foot tall pieces that will flank the front doors of a new branch of Vancity Savings Credit Union in Vancouver, Canada.
December 8, 2017 marked the final End of an Era for me at my old studio location in Moodyville, North Vancouver, BC, Canada. I’ve moved out all my raw materials and all my tools and equipment. I wrote earlier this year […]