In September of 2014, Avenue Magazine Edmonton featured the life and work of Roy Leadbetter in a piece called "Roy Leadbetter, Revisted". Not mentioned in the article, as it was still in development, was his in-progress installation at the Western Union Building in Calgary.
Both being supporters of Canadian art, Jerilyn Wright and the building owner met with Roy Leadbetter and his partner Wes Leonard on several occasions throughout 2014 to envision an installation that would enhance the building lobby.
Featuring Leadbetter's signature organic forms in cut and welded steel, two vertical arrangements rise between three period-restored elevator doorways. Several organic forms were strategically places to hide imperfection in the original travertine while another wraps around the elevator call button - creating engagement with the sculpture and its smooth texture.
The final installation occurred in early 2016.