Team Prince Edward Island — Winterlude National Ice-Carving Championship

Sculpture title: Herd Community

Carvers: Patrick Brunet and Kelly Caseley

Location: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Caribou are inspiring animals. Emblematic of resilience, will and community, they face the unexpected during migrations and adapt to survive in extreme environments. Herd Community parallels their qualities with those of humans who succeed when pushing their limits. The sculpture also tells us about the pillars of communities: family, mentors, and patrons whose love, guidance, and support allow the young to reach new heights. These are echoed by the different sized caribou, which Brunet and Caseley have balanced in their piece. Used as the symbol of success and honour on the podium, the laurel crowns the work and sculptors.

A caribou is heading to the left. Behind it stands a larger caribou heading to the right. A third and smaller caribou is standing on top of them. 2 large laurel branches are placed under the animals.

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