Over the years, the Jeffco Productions team worked on nine sculptures for the City of Ottawa/Winterlude amature snow sculpture competition and one commission for the event. Below is a brief description of each of them, along with links to pages on the details of their creation and construction.
- In The Heat Of The Knight, 1988
A knight approaches the walls of a castle which is guarded by a rather large dragon.
- Precious Nature, 1989
A group of small children form a human pyramid to place a baby bird back in it's nest.
- The White Knight, 1994
A knight stands by his trusty steed, cape flowing in the wind.
- September 13th, 1759 (The Death of Wolfe), 1995
Wolfe lies dying on the Plains of Abraham with his men around him, tending to him, and comforting him.
- Days of Kindness, 1996
A man reflects on his life and the things he left behind, including his wife and child.
- The Plight of Icarus, 1997
Icarus stands perched at the edge of a cliff, chained despite his glorious wings.
- In His Master's Steps, 1998
King Wenceslas and his page brave the storm and encounter a peasant in need.
- The Canada Sculpture, 1998
A commission for Industry and Tourist Canada which was an imposing sight.
- Fleeing Tibet, 1999
The Dalai Lama and fellow Tibetans ride a yak and a cart to freedom.
- Getting Connected, 2002
A father hoists his child into the air, spending time with him and connecting with him.