Born in Alberta. Falkenberg graduated from the University of Alberta, Extension, Fine Arts. He went on to Alberta Institute of Technology and Art, Mechanical Drafting; then graduated with Honours at the Ontario College of Art, Industrial Design.
Since then his work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally. In 2003, Falkenberg’s Gift Horse was selected to represent Canada at Beijing, PR China’s first International Biennale. His large scale commissions include: The University Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa ON; Pickering Town Centre, ON; Corporate Plaza, Scarborough ON; Unipark Office Building, Waterloo, ON; Canadian Embassy, Saudi Arabia; Public Works, Downsview ON; Bell Canada, Don Mills ON. His studio is based in Clarington ON.
Reflection, meditation, differing perspective, or altered reality characterize the function of a personal dream space. It is a place across the divide from the mundane – where dreams and ideas flow freely from the uninhibited mind. Whether this space is physically isolated, solace at the mountain top, or mentally isolated, a threshold must be traversed. Each person has his/her own preferred space where the mist of routine lifts and lucid thoughts resign.