The basis for my creativity in stone can be summarized as FEEL, FLOW, FORM. Focusing on the abstract allows my creativity to find its own end. When working with stone, I am constantly feeling the curves and lines I am creating. Since I use hand tools almost exclusively, I develop my sculptures slowly and allow the direction to reveal itself. The continuous flow of the work is critical. In the end, the form is pleasing to the eye and flows as a whole.
I sculpt mainly in soapstone, alabaster and limestone. My style is to create sculptures that are simple. Due to the simplicity, diversity and the organic nature of my work, people use their own imagination when looking at my sculptures.
2014 New Members 2013, Canadian Sculpture Centre
2013 14th Annual Juried Show, Artworks, Oakville
2013 'Toronto the Beautiful', Juried Show, Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation
2012 34th Annual Juried Show, Visual arts Mississauga
2012 139th Annual Open Juried Show, Ontario Society of Artists
2012 Open Juried Show, Beaux-Arts, Brampton
2012 CFS Biennale Art Exhibition, Colour & Form Society
2011 Our Summer Show, Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada
2011 Expressions in Art Show, St Vladimir
2010 Open Juried Show, Beaux-Arts, Brampton
2010 11th Annual Juried Show, Artworks Oakville
2009 135th Annual Open Juried Show, Ontario Society of Artists
2009 Open Juried Show for Students, Metallic Art Society of Canada
2013 'The Crest', soapstone, private collection
2012 'Shades of Green', soapstone, private collection
2010 'The Wave' soapstone sculpture, Sculpture Category, Colour & Form Society
Sirko works and resides in Toronto ON.
SSC Member Since: 2013
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