Miguel Joyal

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Miguel Joyal
Nationality Canadian
Known for sculptor

Miguel Joyal is a Canadian sculptor who lives in Winnipeg.

He created the bronze statue of Canadian Métis leader Louis Riel at the Manitoba Legislative Building (which replaced an earlier statue by Marcien Lemay and Etienne Gaboury),[1] but he has also created sculptures from snow for Winnipeg's annual winter Festival du Voyageur and even from Styrofoam.[2] Works

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