Stromberg prefers to focus on creating public and private commissions rather than having solo exhibitions.  For example, a sculpture was commissioned for the MUHC/Lachine Hospital, titled, "REGENERATION".  It was featured in the Spring 2014 edition of Magazin'Art.


Stromberg's creativity evolves continually through the various subjects and materials she is preoccupied with at any given time. She pushes the creative boundaries of her unique style; her motto being 


'Never to copy, not even myself. My object is to be unique'


Commissions that can be seen in Montreal, QC: McGill University, Concordia University, Hope and Cope Cancer Care Centre, Maimonedes Geriatric Centre, Alexis Nihon Office Tower entrance, are other public locations  where Stromberg public sculptures can be seen. 


The following images are just some of the many commissions the artist has completed during her career.


September, 2019

Stromberg invited to create Amphibian Sculptures for an International Conference held at the Redpath Museum, McGill University, Montreal.

Featured in Magazin' Art  vol.32, no125, Automne/Fall 2019



Steel, Steuben Crystal. 1/1.

MUHC/McGill University Cardiovascular Clinic.


Stromberg sculpture, "Regeneration", commissioned for the MUHC /Lachine Hospital. 8ft. tall, Cast Aluminum, it features four intertwined figures forming arcs, symbolizing the hospital's mission: "the passage through lifes' stages towards harmony and well-being" provided by an Équipe de Médecins.


The Goldberg Community Anchor Center has Strombergs' 15 foot-tall Steel "Aspire and Become" in Be'er Sheva, Israel at a Youth Center for abandoned, traumatized teens that provides them with a secure home and environment in which to heal.


It was a 9 foot-long tree until Stromberg made it into "Life Within a Tree". When Alexis Nihon saw it, he purchased it and put it in the lobby of his downtown office tower where it stands to this day.


Stromberg's sculpture in Mirrored Stainless Steel reflects its surrounding environment to the viewer. Located in the main library, it is part of the Cape Breton University Art Collection.


OM represents a simple sound with a complex meaning uniting mind, body and spirit. It is a phenomenon that also occurs when conducting music. 
Stromberg was commissioned to create this sculpture in Honour of Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin who in October 2019 signed a lifetime contract with Montreal's Orchestre Métropolitain which is represented here in Stromberg's Bronze sculpture that is part of the Conductors' private collection.


Stromberg Commissioned by the "Helen and George Vari Foundation to create their official Thank You Gift to the Government of Canada" where it stands since 1993 in the front garden at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada. 

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