Les Drysdale graduated with an Honors B.F.A. at the University of Guelph in 1985, specializing in sculpture. Les has worked as a full time artist and sculptor ever since. A resident of Dundas, he has received two consecutive Elizabeth Greenshields International Arts Grants.
EXHIBITIONS & SHOWS:
Public commissioned sculptures include the Toronto Police Headquarters, Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital, McMaster Teaching Hospital, St. Pauls Parish – Burlington, St. Peters School – Barrie, inside The Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Queens Park, The Augustus Jones Monument – Stoney Creek, The Toltec Warriors for the TTC ROM stop in Toronto, the Monument to Nikola Tesla in Victoria park, Niagara Falls, the Kitchener-Waterloo Police H.Q. and most recently the Dundas Driving Park, Dundas ON. His sculptures have been shown in galleries across the country and can be found in private collections in Europe, the US and Canada. His work is currently represented by Gallery Gevik in Toronto.