Public Lecture By British Artist David Wilson

David F Wilson is a Scottish based Public Artist who has created artworks primarily for urban public spaces across a 30 year career. Many of his projects involve the creative use of stone combining a modern aesthetic with traditional techniques. 
David will illustrate his many varied stone projects to outline his inspiration, motivations & commitment to his the craft of working with stone.Travelling around the United States & Canada on a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship he is researching how other artists & craftsmen are developing their craft within contemporary situations.
Don’t miss this exciting 'Dry Stone Art' audio visual presentation
Limited Seating.
Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted.
For more information call 905 8854298  or email

Commemorative Dry Stone Tree

On the weekend of June 10 and 11, volunteers and students taking a unique Dry Stone Walling Across Canada sculpture workshop rallied together to build a commemorative tree at the Ennismore Robert E Young Complex . Read about it on the 'completed events' page


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau returns with Sheldon Lambert, conservation manager with Parks Canada, from a walk along trails at the Landon Bay area near the Thousand Island National Park on Tuesday morning. (Lars Hagberg/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Who would have ever thought when we were making it back in 2010, that there would come a time Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, would one day step through our Dry Stone Walling Across Canada dry stone arch at Landon Bay Park?