Floyd Elzinga is a Canadian sculptor whose has been working with steel, relief work, and environmental installations for over 15 years. Ravaged trees, invasive species, broken branches, rotten stumps, polar opposites, and dysfunctional objects – they’re just some of the things that excite the Floyd’s inner artist. He said: “I make objects to give dimensionality to ideas.” His work can be seen in Cedar Ridge Cultural Centre and the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, both in Toronto. The Campbell House Museum also featured his Pine Cone Colony installation during Toronto’s 2010 Nuit Blanche. Floyd currently lives right next to his studio in Beamsville, Ontario.
See more of his work here.