Winston Atwood Bronnum
Winston Bronnum with The World's Largest Lobster
|Died||September 10, 1991 (aged 62)|
|The World's Largest Lobster, Jumbo the Elephant|
Winston Bronnum (1929-1991) was a self-taught Dano-Canadian nature artist, sculptor and entrepreneur known for his large concrete animal sculptures which adorn Canadian roadsides. He founded and operated the defunct Animaland Park which showcased a number of his works and served as his workshop. He worked on bridges and hydro dams early on which helped when designing and building the structures. His family name was originally spelled Brønnum.
- The Cow Bay Moose, Cow Bay, Nova Scotia, 1959
- Gladstone Horse, Saint John, New Brunswick, 1967
- Broken Down Race Horse (Blowhard), Penobsquis, New Brunswick, 1967
- Maugerville Potato, Maugerville, New Brunswick, 1969
- Jumbo the Elephant, St. Thomas, Ontario, 1985
- The World's Largest Lobster, Shediac, New Brunswick, 1990
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- Day, photographs by Henri Robideau ; text by Peter (1988). From the Pacific to the Atlantic : Canada's gigantic. Toronto: Summerhill Press. ISBN 0920197450.
- "Winston Atwood Bronnum (? - 1991)". Big Things. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
- "St. Thomas' Jumbo the Elephant". CBC Archives. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
- "Shediac's Lobster and Fisherman". CBC Digital Archives. Retrieved 3 July 2014.