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Artist Bio

After studying Industrial Design at the Ontario College of Art, Reg Littlefield had a very accomplished career as a Designer / Entrepreneur for 45 years before retirement. He founded and operated Directional Designs Systems Ltd. for 35 years in Toronto, ON. During his tenure as President and Chief Designer, he designed and fabricated wayfinding signage placed in shopping centres and office buildings in Canada, USA and Europe. In 2009, he also founded Germgo Media Inc., a Hospital Advertising Company. This highly successful company was sold in 2017. As a self taught artist, he joined the Mississauga Sculpture Group in 1992 and shared studio space until 2015. He attended numerous Art courses over the years at OCAD, Three Schools of Art, and Dundas Valley. His skill as a Sculptor comes from working hands-on in fabricating models, prototypes, and displays using wood, metal, glass and plastic in the production of products. Reg Littlefield currently works full time in his sculpture studio in Mississauga, ON.

Artist Statement

My Littlefield ancestors first settled in Wells, Maine in 1637 before coming to Canada. I was born a 3rd generation Canadian in Emo, ON. Growing up on a farm taught me the skill to work with my hands and find solutions. I always prefer to create my ideas in 3 dimensional form with various materials such as clay, instead of drawing or sketching. I like smooth flowing patterns to express myself and usually focus on either Figures or Abstract shapes. I have worked with bronze, stone, clay, plaster, wood, fibreglass, cement fondu and winterstone. My first sculpture was a bronze award in 1981. I created the model, mold and wax for the lost wax process. These awards are still being produced annually. I am currently focusing on sculptures using air-dry clay and cement in both cast and lay up. I enjoy creating in cement for its natural appearance, weatherability, strength with many finishes and patinas available.

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