Leo Mol Sculpture Garden

Leo Mol Sculpture Garden

Leonid Molodoshanin, or more famously known as “Leo Mol” (Jan 15 1915 – July 4 2009), emigrated to Winnipeg Manitoba in 1948, where he became a famous sculptor.

The Leo Mol Sculpture Garden sits on 1.2 hectares in Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park. It consists of over 300 works of sculptures, a gallery, renovated studio, and the outdoor display, which was unveiled on June 18, 1992.

The beautifully laid out paths will lead you to the sculptures of wildlife and people. 

A few Summer & Winter photos
Have a look!
 

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