Winterloo

Snow Sculptures by Matt Morris

Snow sculpture locations coming soon!

Come see original snow sculptures from Waterloo's own Matt Morris of Snowbank Productions.

Matt will be creating 4 unique snow sculptures throughout Uptown Waterloo from January 23 to February 20, weather (snow) pending. Since Matt’s sculptures are depending on adequate snowfall, please check back to this page to get the location of each snow sculpture as they are being made.

About Matt Morris

Matt is a snow sculptor based in Waterloo who has been making large snow sculptures on his front lawn for many years. He’s figured out how to build tall towers of snow and then carve them into sculptures. He almost always use non-packing snow to begin and does snow sculpting because it's a blast. He enjoys the challenge of designing and building the structures and receives equal enjoyment from the interaction with the community. Each winter he has hundreds of great discussions with local kids and their parents, community members, taxi drivers, Canada Post workers, delivery specialists, and many who just hang out their car window for a quick chat.

Lastly, consider joining his virtual and socially distanced snow sculpting club! He created this club to help everyone survive the pandemic of 2020/2021! But even if you don't join the club, the page will show you how to get started with snow sculpting--even when the snow is non-packing! Included on the page is detailed instructions on how to make the snow pounding tool Matt designed - it's called the QP7000!

Learn more about Matt and his snow sculpting club

Image of a large snow sculpture of Olaf the snowman from the Disney movie Frozen in front of a brown brick house in winter.i
Image of a arge snow sculpture on the front lawn of a brown brick house in winter. Sculpture is a marge foot stomping on a sign that says COVID
Image of Matt Morris (snow sculptuor) standing next to a snow sculpture in front of his house. Sculpture is two rows of heads stacked and making different facial expressions.

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