Local ice artists carving species at risk throughout Riding Mountain Nat’l Park

Four unique ice sculptures are showcasing different species that call Riding Mountain National Park home.Riding Mountain currently has 28 species at risk living within its boundaries. Ice sculptures being carved at Riding Mountain National Park.Courtesy: James CulletonThe five local artists taking part in the new display are Allan Fogg, Jaques Boulet, Chris Pancoe, James Culleton, and Jakobi Heinrichs.Each of them are world-class Manitoba snow carvers who have had their work exhibited across Canada as well as internationally.READ MORE: Extreme cold doesn’t stop Calgary ice carver from celebrating Lunar New YearThe…

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