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Elliott's totem poles have been placed at several locations throughout Greater Victoria, including three at the Victoria International Airport, one at Butchart Gardens, and one at the University of Victoria (near the Elliott building, which, however, is named after scientist Percy Harris Elliott). His carvings also include interior decorations at the Victoria International Airport, a podium used for the 2013 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Victoria, the altar at St. Andrew's Cathedral (Victoria, British Columbia), the Queen's Baton used in the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, and a talking stick presented to Nelson Mandela. Thirty of his pieces belong to the permanent art collection of the University of Victoria.
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