Reg Parsons is a sculptor whose work is inspired by wildlife, human nature and his adventurous childhood in the farmlands of southern Alberta, Canada. Reg studied animal anatomy, habitat and behaviour throughout a 30-year career in wildlife artistry. In 1997, he put his hands to recreating life in bronze. With over 80 pieces in his gallery, his original works can be found in private and corporate collections worldwide. His understanding of nature, and the anatomy of wildlife, is evident in the life that he captures in each sculpture. Subjects such as the Bald and Golden Eagle, North American wildlife, the Western Rodeo Series, the Lab Puppy Series, the impressionist Series of Creation, and his whimsical pieces that bring a smile, demonstrate his versatility as a sculptor. Reg resides in Cranbrook, BC, and was commissioned by the city in 2007 to sculpt a monument of a sow grizzly and her two cubs titled ‘On Donely Slide’ for the Canadian Rockies Airport. Through Reg’s realistic style, poetry and witty titles, his creative signature is found in the story each bronze tells.