In the small town of St. John in Canada, on the street, you can see very interesting wooden sculptures, which annually attract hundreds of tourists.
In addition to the sculpture "People are waiting" John Hooper also created the sculpture "chronometer" and "People walking along in different directions", also located in Saint John.
"Chronometer" sculpture is a low tower at the entrance to the market square, where you can observe different people. Sculpture "People are coming together in different directions" shows rush hour in one of the underground passages.
"Balancing" sculpture is showing a man balancing on a bench surrounded by strangers.
John Hooper's works can be found across Canada. His creations are characterized by the special atmosphere and style.
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John Hooper was honored with numerous awards, including an honorary Order of Canada. The sculptor died in 2006, aged 79 years.