Paul Reimer | Assiniboia Gallery | Regina, SK

Paul Reimer



Paul Reimer has been a practicing artist blacksmith for more than 20 years. His projects vary greatly in size, form and function, from a simple letter opener to large-scale public art projects. He takes inspiration from a variety of sources, including architecture and design, culture, history, relationships and nature. read more


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Paul  Reimer Windswept
Windswept
Steel & stone
11.5 x 10 x 5 in
1,200
Paul  Reimer Meteor
Meteor
Steel & stone
21 x 11 x 8 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Abundance
Abundance
Steel & stone
34 x 10 x 9 in
1,500
Paul  Reimer Beautiful Inconvenience
Beautiful Inconvenience
Steel & wood
16 x 30 x 9 in
1,800
Paul  Reimer Bountiful
Bountiful
steel & fir & tempered glass
36 x 53 x 18.5 in
12,000
Paul  Reimer Poplar Brothers
Poplar Brothers
Steel & stone
19 x 16 x 8 in
1,900
Paul  Reimer Spring
Spring
Steel & stone
27 x 7 x 5 in
900
Paul  Reimer Cleft Mountain
Cleft Mountain
Steel & stone
21 x 10 x 8 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Lichen Ridge
Lichen Ridge
Steel & stone
14 x 7 x 6 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Alone on the Prairie
Alone on the Prairie
Steel & stone
8 x 5.5 x 4 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Alpine Duet
Alpine Duet
Steel & stone
18 x 13 x 7 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Lichen Clef
Lichen Clef
Steel & stone
16 x 12 x 6 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Lone Jack Pine
Lone Jack Pine
Steel & stone
23 x 14 x 10 in
Sold
Paul  Reimer Prairie Whisper
Prairie Whisper
Steel & stone
Sold

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Paul  Reimer

Paul Reimer

Paul Reimer Biography


Paul Reimer has been a practicing artist blacksmith for more than 20 years. His projects vary greatly in size, form and function, from a simple letter opener to large-scale public art projects. He takes inspiration from a variety of sources, including architecture and design, culture, history, relationships and nature.

Paul’s works reflect the lasting beauty of iron. “When it gets red-hot,” he notes, “iron takes on a malleable quality that, with the right tools and experience, can be formed into a limitless variety of shapes and forms. If you can dream it, it can be made. Once it cools, you can rest assured that it will remain intact for generations.”

Paul lives and works in Cranbrook, British Columbia.

Selected Media
– Press –
Big Sky Journal, 2007 and 2008
Timber Homes Illustrated, 2006
Flathead Living, 2005
Anvil’s Ring Magazine, 2004
British Artist Blacksmith Magazine, 2003

Selected Public Art Projects and Commissions
The Bathers, Seattle, Washington, 2011
Reconciliation Sculpture, YXC Airport, Cranbrook, 2010
Spirit Tree Sculpture, City of Cranbrook, 2009
Book Sculptures, Cranbrook Public Library, 2008

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