Previous Projects

Large-scale works that were produced by

MST Bronze Limited:

Their Sacrifice - Our Gratitude, by Yolanda VanderGaast
Their Sacrifice – Our Gratitude, by MYO – Myros Trutiak & Yolanda vanderGaast

• Millennium of Christianity in Ukraine, (13 ft.), monument designed by visiting Ukrainian artist
Petro Kulyk in 1989, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

• Madonna and Child, icon, designed by artist and enamelist Emil Telizen, received top honours at

the World Enamelist Jury in 1990 in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.

• Our Game, (17 ft.), bronze by Edie Parker, Hockey Hall of Fame at Yonge and Front Streets,
Toronto, Ontario

• Louis Riel, (17 ft.), bronze, by Miguel Joyal, Manitoba Legislative Grounds, Winnipeg, Manitoba

• Globemark, (10 ft.), stainless-steel corporate logo designed and fabricated by Myros Trutiak for
Nortel World Headquarters, Brampton, Ontario

Louis Riel, by Miguel Joyal
Louis Riel, by Miguel Joyal

• Two Snomun, (each 10 ft.), bronze, by FASTWURMS, installed at the Metro Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario

• Tree Bear Cubs, (9 ft.), by Leo Mol, Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, Winnipeg, Manitoba

• Canada’s First National Internment, (1995/1998), designed by MST Bronze Limited, Kapuskasing, Ontario/Winnipeg, Manitoba

• Pioneer Silhouette, (22 ft.), bronze, by Peter Sawatzky which stands by The Forks Bridge, Winnipeg, Manitoba

• Bell Measure, 1999 (17 ft.), bronze, by Stephen Cruise, Odette Sculpture Park, Windsor, Ontario

• Four Generations, (16 ft.), bronze by Mark Williams for Ford Motor Company, Windsor, Ontario

• The Whole Catastrophe, by Tom Dean, Canada’s entry to the Venice Biennale 1999 on exhibit in
the Canadian pavilion

The Ted Lindsay Award, by Myros Trutiak
The Ted Lindsay Award, by Myros Trutiak

• Roberta Bondar, bronze, life-size portrait by Christopher Rees, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

• Union Six, by Bruce Watson, Odette Sculpture Park, Windsor, Ontario

• Fishermen’s Memorial, 2000, bronze, by Kathryn Hogg, Port Dover, Ontario

• Team Canada 1972 Summit Series Monument, by Derrick Hudson for the Hockey Hall of Fame,
Toronto, Ontario

• Last Alarm – Fallen Firefighter Memorial, 2000, sculpted by Yolanda vanderGaast for the City of Toronto Fire Services, Toronto, Ontario

• Weeping Tree, 2000, by Eldon Garnet for Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, Ontario

• Eternal Peace, 2000 (11 ft.), by Brett Davis, Town of Newmarket, Newmarket, Ontario

• Four Flowers, (8 ft. each), by Francine Larivee, Palais des Congres, Montreal, Quebec

Tembo, by Derrick Hudson

• Penguins on a Waterfall, 2000, sculpted and enlarged by Yolanda vanderGaast, Odette Sculpture Park,

Windsor, Ontario

• Tory Memorial, 2000, sculpted by Sara Tesolin, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

• Monument to the Soviet Imposed Famine in Ukraine, (1993) (6 ft.), designed by Myros Trutiak, Dauphin, Manitoba

• Tree Children, (16 ft.), bronze by Leo Mol, corner of Portage & Main, Winnipeg, Manitoba

• Tembo, 2001/2004, life size family of elephants sculpted by Derrick Hudson, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Odette Sculpture Park, Windsor, Ontario/CIBC Courtyard, Toronto, Ontario

• Neighbours, 2001 (6 ft.), by Joe Rosenthal, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

Fishermen's Memorial, by Kathryn Hogg
Fishermen’s Memorial, by Kathryn Hogg

• Dacco Angel, 1998, sculpted by Oleh Lesiuk, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

• Anne, 2002 (7 ft.), by Leo Mol, Odette Sculpture Park, Windsor, Ontario

• Four Gargoyles, 2003 (each 10 ft.), for the Clock Tower, Old City Hall restoration, Toronto, Ontario

• One Gargoyle, 2003 (4 ft.), for the Old City Hall restoration (North Side), Toronto, Ontario

• Basilian Pioneer Monument, 2002 (15 ft.), designed by Emil Telizen and sculpted by
Yolanda vanderGaast, Mundare, Alberta

• Equus, 2003 (5 ft.), by Edwina Sandys, London School of Economics, London, England

• 100 Years of Ukrainian Settlement in Rochester, 2003 (13 ft.), by Oleh Lesiuk, Rochester, New York, U.S.A.

• The Creemore Children’s Dress-Up Dance, 2003, fountain by Ralph Hicks, Creemore, Ontario

Four Gargoyles
Four Gargoyles, Old City Hall Toronto, Ontario

• Five Horse Heads, 2004 (life-size), by Derrick Hudson, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Odette Sculpture Park, Windsor, Ontario

• Four Gargoyles, 2005 (each 6 ft.), for the Old City Hall restoration (West Side), Toronto, Ontario

• Elliot Lake Mining Monument, 2005 (7 ft.), by Laura Brown Breetvelt, Elliot Lake, Ontario

• Desire, 2005, by Tom Dean, National Ballet School of Canada, Toronto, Ontario

• Stavro Family Monument, 2006 (21 ft.), sculpted by various artists, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

• Arms Fountain, 2006 (10 ft.), by Eldon Garnet, Oshawa, Ontario

Last Alarm, by Yolanda VanderGaast
Last Alarm, by Yolanda VanderGaast

• Veterans’ Memorial, 2006 (8 ft. bronze text panels), Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario

• Police Officer Memorial, 2007 (7 ft.), by Myros Trutiak, Richmond Hill, Ontario

•    Writing To You, 2007 (10 ft.), by Yvonne Lammerich and Ian Carr-Harris, Vancouver, British Columbia

• Huskie, 2007, by Grant McConnell, Potash Field, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

• Illumination, 2008 (6 ft.), stainless-steel logo fabricated by Yolanda vanderGaast, for MCC Church of Topeka, Kansas, Los Angeles, California and Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.

• Finial, 2008 (8 ft.), by Myros Trutiak, Toronto, Ontario

100 Years of Ukrainian Settlement in Rochester, by Oleh Lesiuk
100 Years of Ukrainian Settlement in Rochester, by Oleh Lesiuk

• Hank (Ridley Tiger), 2008 (11 ft.), by Hugh Russel, St. Catharines, Ontario

• Jack In The Pulpit, 2008 (9 ft.), by Andrew Ackerman, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Caledon, Ontario

• The Peaceable Kingdom, 2008, by Tom Dean, King Edward Village, Vancouver, British Columbia

• Louis Riel, 2009 (8 ft.), by Miguel Joyal, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

• The Secret Life of Plants, 2009, by Maryon Kantaroff, Toronto, Ontario

• Their Sacrifice, Our Gratitude – Fallen Firefighter Monument, 2009 (35 ft. long), by MYO – Myros Trutiak & Yolanda vanderGaast, for the City of Peterborough Fire Services, Peterborough, Ontario

• Noble Monument, 2009, sculpted by David Pellettier, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

• Kordan Family Monument, 2010, by Andriy Papizh, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

Our Game, by Edie Parker
Our Game, by Edie Parker

• Maple Leaves, 2010, by Silvio Mastrodascio, The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, Ontario

• Holodomor Monument, 2010, designed by MST Bronze Limited, project management by MST Bronze Limited, St. Demetrius Church, Toronto, Ontario

• Nicol Monument, 2011, by Alexei Mezentsev, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

• Veterans’ Memorial, 2011, Podium Panels, Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario

• Helping Hands, 2012, by Ralph Hicks, 40 Oaks Project, Toronto, Ontario

• thing’s end, 2012, by James Carl, commissioned by King and John Festival Corporation as part of Toronto’s Percent For Public Art Program, Toronto, Ontario

Snowmun, by FASTWURMS
Snowmun, by FASTWURMS

• Timmins Centennial Legacy Project, 2012, by Tyler Fauvelle, Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre, Timmins, Ontario

• Eight Gargoyles, 2012 (each 4 ft.), St. Mary’s Church, Toronto, Ontario

• Jack Layton Memorial Bust, 2012, by Olivia Chow, Toronto, Ontario

• Ophiodea, 2013, by Shary Boyle, Canada’s entry to the Venice Biennale 2013 on exhibit outside
the Canadian pavilion

• Across Time And Space, Two Children Of Toronto Meet, 2013 (8 ft.), by Kenneth Lum, Concert Properties, Toronto, Ontario

• “Jack’s Got Your Back” Stronger Together: The Layton Memorial, 2013, by David Pellettier and Olivia Chow, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, Toronto, Ontario

Jack's Got Your Back, by David Pelletier
Jack’s Got Your Back, by David Pellettier

• The Great One – Gretzky Monument, 2013 (9 ft.), by Brad Oldham, Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre, Brantford, Ontario

• Monument To The Commemoration of Ukrainian Canadian Catholic Clergy, 2013 (12 ft.), designed by Myros Trutiak, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Oakville, Ontario

• Monoceros Project, 2013 (35 ft.), by FASTWURMS, Liberty Village, Toronto, Ontario

• Sun Stand Still, 2014 (24” x 18” bas relief), by David Salazar, project management by MST Bronze Limited, Caledon, Ontario

• Bud Grant Monument,  2014 (7-1/2 ft.), by Myros Trutiak, Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club,   project management by MST Bronze Limited, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Tree Dancer - By Lynn Christine Kelly
Tree Dancer – By Lynn Christine Kelly

• Gryphon Project, 2014 (9 ft.), by FASTWURMS, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

• Dr. Norman Bethune Monument, 2014 (lifesize), by David Pellettier, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

• Harmony, 2014 (4 ft. x 8 ft.), by Ernest Herzig, The Village of Creemore, Ontario

• Ukrainian Monument, 2014 (6 ft.), by John Boxtel, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Gryphon Project, by FASTWURMS
Gryphon Project, by FASTWURMS

• Tree Dancer, 2015 (8 ft.), by Lynn Christine Kelly, Harbour Landing Business Park, Regina, Saskatchewan

• Lucy Maud Montgomery, 2014 (lifesize), by D. Wynn Walters, Uxbridge, Ontario