Tamarack Pond

Tamarack Pond
Tamarack Pond

ARTIST:   Paul Reimer

YEAR:      2014

MEDIA:   Forged Iron & Stone

DIMENSIONS:   8′ high  x  5’3″ wide  x  3′ deep

BUDGET:   $12,000

LOCATION:   Castlegar Sculpture Walk  (across from City Hall), Castlegar, BC, Canada

PROJECT CONCEPT:  A sculpture showing the Tamarack Tree unique to the region, which serves as a birdbath and a bench. Inspired by the interaction of people with the natural world and forests in particular.


My journey to becoming an artist is the subject of two recently released short films:

Reimer Reason” was selected as a finalist in the Dirtbag Film Festival in Kimberley, BC (April 2019).  This was put together by two very talented local film makers – Levi Froese and Jeremy Friesen – better known as Leroy and The Bean.

Forging Ahead” tells the story of how, at the age of 15, I began my career as a blacksmith.  It was shot by Cranbrook’s local cable tv station.

Tamarack Pond Castlegar Sculpture Walk 2015 IMG_7201
Tamarack Pond
Tamarack Pond Castlegar Sculpture Walk 2015 IMG_7198
Tamarack Pond