"Legacy is a stunning example of how science and nature can influence art and how art can expand the appreciation of science.

As Canada celebrates its 150 years in 2017, displaying Legacy at the Ontario Science Centre is particularly timely. This visually compelling piece asks our visitors to reflect on our current environmental practices and the changes we want to inspire for the future."

- Mary Jane Conboy, Director, Science Content and Design, Ontario Science Centre

"Ken's ‎spectacular reclaimed cedar killer whale skeleton provides a poignant opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to share critically important stories about ocean conservation.

Highlighting the plight of one of the most iconic creatures on the planet, this evocative piece of art has the potential to connect people to their environment."

- Dr. Peter Ross, Director of Ocean Pollution Research Program, Vancouver Aquarium
& Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard, Head of Cetacean Research Program, Vancouver Aquarium


See what people were saying about Legacy at the Toronto opening!

Thank you letter from children who visited Legacy at Grey Roots Museum & Archives, in Owen Sound, ON.