LIFE SIZE BRONZE SCULPTURES
The "Lovers Bench" was the first bench that grabbed the public's attention about Lea Vivot's work. It can be seen in Montreal Quebec at the Botanical Gardens, outside Madison Square Gardens in New York and at the McMaster Museum of Art.
The "Secret Bench" can be seen in many places throughout the world. Some of these places are: Ottawa, Ontario in front of the National Archives of Canada; Toronto, Ontario in front of the Professional Engineers Building on Young Street; New York, New York at 825 Fifth Avenue; Montreal, Quebec at McGill University; London, England outside the London Stock Exchange; Bonita Springs, Florida, USA. Each bench is uniquely inscribed by famous poets and writers from around the world.
The Sculpture "Uriah" was inspired by the artists first born son Uri. It can be seen at the main entrance at the Sick Children's Hospital in Toronto, Canada.