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Curler Pete

Updated: Nov 26, 2023

Curler Pete

Mixed Metal & Found Objects

86” Tall x 92” Wide x 156” Long

300 lbs


Curler Pete by Dale Lewis
Curler Pete at the Sioux City Art Center 2022

Artist’s Fun Fact:

The inspiration for this sculpture was a milk tank I thought looked like a curling stone. The tank was twice the size of an actual stone, so I just had to make the right sized curler. He has a beer keg head and Harley motorcycle engine casings, for feet.


I named him in honor of Pete Fenson, skip of the rink that in 2006 won the first Olympic Curling medal for the United States.



Curler Pete by Dale Lewis
Curler Pete on display at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum's Festival of Lights 2018

This sculpture is for sale and available for lease.


Meet the Artist!


Award-winning artist Dale Lewis, is passionate about recycling and art.


Since 2010, Dale has created nearly 150 large-scale sculptures from scrap metal and found objects at his home workshop in Hastings, MN.


When asked about his art, Dale says, "My hobby has become a full-time obsession. There's no turning back now - this is what I want to do when I grow up!"



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