As one of the youngest female Canadian sculptors working with welded public art, Sinéad Ludwig-Burgess continues to create surreal artworks that question the viewers’ notion on space and the human body. In the summer of 2017 her first public art sculpture was installed titled, “Caelum et Terra”, which is located on the property of a post-secondary polytechnic school in Calgary, Alberta known as SAIT where the sculpture sits in front of the Green Building Technologies’ new office building on the northwest corner of the campus. Her second public sculpture is a work in progress which is to be unveiled in the town of Cochrane, AB in 2020. Ludwig-Burgess is able to work with clients to meet their needs where she continues to take on private commissions and is currently creating a new body of work. The figurative and organic sculptures she creates reflect the experiences we endure in life that manipulate and mold our physical and mental states. Her studio practice is driven by the experimentation and bending of steel. The majority of Ludwig-Burgess’ art in her portfolio incorporates the use of scrap metal and recycled materials where she enjoys the process of repurposing these items to make environmentally conscious sculptures.