Fred Moulding.

Born: 1894  |  Died: 1993

Fred Moulding. Sculptor. Wood carver. Regina, Saskatchewan. Active mid-20th century.

Born in England, he immigrated to Canada in 1912. He began carving in his sixties and in his works he depicted life in ruual Saskatchewan. He carved wagons, ploughs and every kind of hosre drawn farm equipment as well as animals seen in the region.

…….  to leave a legacy of his life for future generations. Moulding exhibited his work throughout Saskatchewan, including the Susan Whitney Gallery and the Dunlop Gallery in Regina, and the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon. His work is part of several private collections, as well as the collections of the Canada Council Art Bank in Ottawa and the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull, Quebec.

A link to a review of Fred Moulding’s work:

http://www.mendel.ca/forced_perspective/portfolio/fred-moulding/

 

A sculpture by Fred Moulding:

Fred Moulding. The Mendel Gallery. Regina, Sk.

Fred Moulding. The Nouveau Gallery. Regina, Sk.