Terry W Schaub
Terry W Schaub

Terry W Schaub – Stone Sculptor
Born Brockville, Ontario, Canada, 1966

Terry W Schaub has been creating his own distinctive style of sculpture for 28 years. His mediums have been diverse. Originally, starting out with clay, Terry explored the versatility and malleability of that medium. From there he moved on to try his hand at mold making and casting but found that the repeated replication, of a previously one of a kind piece, did not fulfill his need to create. This led him to the decision to concentrate his efforts on finding the medium that inspired him the most. Shortly thereafter he was introduced to working in stone. The permanence of it intrigued him. The variations in color and patterns captured him. He felt an even greater passion ignite and has sculpted in stone since that time.

Terry’s stone work has been featured in numerous public and private galleries a few of the most noteworthy being the United Nations Permanent Collection and the private gallery of Prince Edward Earl of Wessex. His creations are widely collected by patrons around the world who appreciate the quality, diversity and originality of his work.

Terry works mainly with exotic stones;
Brazilian Soapstone, Chinese Soapstone, Italian Alabaster, East Indian Serpentine, Gala and others.

Terry has been a part of:

NCNS- National Capital Network of Sculptors, Ottawa, Ontario
OWAA-Ottawa West Arts Association Ottawa, Ontario
Art in the City , Brockville, Ontario
Thousand Islands Arts

Galleries, Exhibits and Collections:

2013- Private collection of Dr Beena Walawalkar, Dubai
2012- Private Collection of HRH Prince Edward , Earl of Wessex
2011- 2012 Museum of Nature “Dimensions” exhibit
2011- United Nations Permanent Collection
2010- 2011 The Ottawa Sculpture Show,
2009- Frederic Remington Art Museum International Juried Art Exhibit
Brockville Wine and Food Festival
Ottawa Art Expo
White Flag Gallery
Gallery On The Lake
St Brigids Center for the Arts
Homestead Gallery
Gallery 6
OWAA gallery
Shenkman Arts Center
Patrick John Mills Gallery

Charity events:

Canadian Stone Carving Festival
Brockville Big Brothers and Sister Ribfest
Milk and Mallet Festival
Bread Bowls for Bellies
… and many other!