Spirit Of The Wind

Spirit Of The Wind
Spirit Of The Wind


ARTIST: Paul Reimer

YEAR:     2014

MEDIA:  Forged Iron & Varnished Wood

DIMENSIONS:  57″ x 37″ x 16″

LOCATION:        Adele Campbell Gallery, Whistler, BC, Canada

PROJECT CONCEPT:   A table sculpture in the Impressionist style, with a clean, contemporary feel.

There’s nothing more satisfying for a blacksmith than combining art and function. For centuries this has been the aspiration for artist/blacksmiths all over the world.  For many years Paul has been creating these one-of-a-kind impressionist-style tables inspired by Canada’s rugged natural beauty.

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Spirit Of The Wind


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.