Life and work
The Victor Tolgesy Arts Award is presented jointly by the City of Ottawa and the Council for the Arts in Ottawa to recognize residents who have contributed to the cultural life of Ottawa. The first award was presented in 1987. The award consists of cash prize and a bronze casting of Tolgesy's 1963 sculpture Seed and Flower.
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Tolgesy, Victor. Acrobatics: A Tale of Fantasy and Reality in Words and Sculpture (Ottawa:Edahl Productions Limited, 1985) ISBN 0969120532, 9780969120537 A 'modern fairy tale' illustrated with color photographs of the author's sculptures.
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- Victor Tolgesy on Toronto Sculpture
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