Team British Columbia — Winterlude National Ice-Carving Championship

Sculpture title: Two Golden Moments

Carvers: Ryan Cook and Kevin Lewis

Location: Fort St. John, British Columbia

Two Golden Moments represents Sydney Crosby’s Golden Goal in February 2010 when Canada’s Olympic men’s hockey team defeated Team USA. The sculpture celebrates this moment, invoking Canadian joy and pride again. Juxtaposed to an Olympic-like ring and medal, the athletes and maple leaves are surrounded by a gold covered circle. Hollowing out, extracting the figures, and emphasizing them were technical challenges for the sculptors. With 4 and 8 years of experience, Lewis and Cook sought to push their team to the brink and hopefully provoked a golden moment of their own.

Two winning hockey players have their arms and sticks above their heads. One of them is a Paralympic player sitting on a sled. They are in front of a large circle representing a medal. Maple leaves decorate the players' shirts as well as the left side of the artwork.

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