Brenda Wainman Goulet’s early years were spent in Algonquin Provincial Park and much of her sculpture reflects those roots. She has been acclaimed for her bronze on stone landscapes and whimsical figures. Recently she has received international attention for her life size statue of Dr. Norman Bethune in Gravenhurst, ON and twice life size bust of nurse Rene Caisse (Essiac founder) in Bracebridge, ON. Her sculpture titled “Aurora” was the first chosen for Bracebridge’s new outdoor sculpture garden to commemorate their 125th birthday and the new millennium. In 2003, Brenda has been commissioned to create the first life size statue of the famous Canadian painter, Tom Thomson for a Huntsville town hall expansion. Brenda is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design and has been sculpting for over twenty years..
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