Sean, originally hailing from Mississauga Ontario, began dabbling in glasswork while living in Whistler in the ’90s. What began as a hobby quickly turned into a cottage industry for Sean as he began to sell his new creations at the markets and galleries in the region.
Sean set out to make a genre of his own after relocating to Tofino. It was with this creative force and bold inspiration that the lines of his insects were fashioned. His work quickly found fans where it was appreciated for its daring look and design. His work sold in many local galleries as well as his own galleries in Ucluelet and Tofino.
Currently, Sean Goddard Insect Sculptures are created on Salt Spring Island, showing at various premiere shows located throughout the Pacific Northwest (see more info here) and Sean Goddard Insects Salt Spring Island Gallery (location details here).
For a closer look, watch this video provided by www.SaltSpringLife.com