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Chronic Pain Center

Heart Wellness

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST


Michael C. Irving, Ph.D. sculptor/coaching/training, is a dynamic individual whose energies are simultaneously directed through a successful career combining three fascinating areas: art, personal growth and writing.

Dr. Irving is the Artistic Director of the highly successful community social arts initiative, the Child Abuse Survivor Monument Project. The final bronze Child Abuse Survivor Monument is to be located in a premier location in downtown Toronto.

 

Artist Statement
Curriculum Vitae
Art and Design Work
Awards
Collections
Media Reviews
Grants and Sponsors
Group Shows
Solo Exhibitions
Lectures
Bibliography
Coaching
Workshops
Trainings

Sculpture
Figurative
Celebrating Life
Innocence Among Us
Becoming Form
Cast Paper
Bronzes


Dr. Irving is a world leader in developing the theory of Natalism, which illustrates parallels between creative expression and the pre and perinatal experience as seen through a cross cultural images and artistic expressions in art.

Irving has produced stone, bronze, resin and steel sculptures. He has been exhibited in group and solo shows at public and private galleries, libraries, universities and psychology and medical conferences. Irving has won international awards for stone and woodcarving. He has sculpture in private and corporate collections internationally.

Dr.Irving feels both his art and his healing work are greatly influenced by his Choctaw and Cherokee heritage.

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