© Carter Haydu
This replica of a Saskatoon bridge is one of the highlights at the first Brickspo Lego event at Western Development Museum on July 28-29, 2012.
Lego isn’t just for children. It’s a medium by which any person can find artistic expression, and dedicate time and energy to creative amazing replicas, sculptures and other fantastic creations.
Just ask Regina’s Adam Dodge, who despite being a 32-year-old father and teacher, isn’t afraid to stick his hands into a pile of tiny Danish plastic blocks of varying shape and colour. He’s been constructing with Lego blocks his entire life.
“I never stopped. I kept going all the way through childhood, teenhood and adulthood,” he told the Times-Herald on Saturday while standing in the midst of some intricate and amazing Lego creations on display during ‘Brickspo,’ which was a weekend event at Western Development Museum featuring the Lego constructions of Saskatchewan Lego Users Group, of which Dodge is a founding member.
For more on this story, read an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.