I discovered these fabulous steel sculptures on the 14th floor roof of the atrium of Princess Margaret Hospital while visiting someone. There are 25 of these life-size figures scattered about on the flat area around the skylight of the atrium - all in motion of some kind such as dancing, running. stretching, etc. They can be viewed from all the floors above that and from the roof top patio. It took a while but I found that Canadian artist William Lishman did the original clay models and then Richard Vanheuvelan and Lishman's son Geordie produced them in steel. They are supposed to show what the healthy body can do and be an inspiration to the patients.
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