On April 13,1991, Célou unveiled the bust of trainer Charlie Whittingham and his dog Toby at the Santa Anita Racetrack. Célou chose to honor the trainer on his birthday, Regretfully, Charlie Whittingham has since passed on, but his legend lives on in the main paddock at Santa Anita.
In 2000, a beautiful bronze titled “Bonjour” was unveiled in the village square in Fallbrook. The Fallbrook Village Rotary donated this sculpture to the community. The name represents both the friendly images associated with Fallbrook, and also the love a new citizen has in her heart for her adopted county.

2001 – She was commissioned to create a bronze bust of Colonel Miller for the Army and Navy Academy School of Carlsbad, CA.

2002 – she create for the Chumash Casino in Santa Ygnez, CA, a 36″ table consist of three dolphins on granite base with a 5 foot glass top for the lobby of the hotel and 4 lamps, also with three dolphins, for the VIP lounge.

2003 – Three monarch butterflies in bronze (30″, 20″, 10″) on boulders was unveiled on September 6th. Entitled “Wings of Remembrance” for the Fallbrook Hospital Hospice to remember the love one who past away.

2004 – A 6 foot monument bronze sculpture of a fireman and a little boy holding his rescued Dalmatian puppy was unveiled on September 11th for the North County Fire Department of Fallbrook.

2004 – A bronze plaque of Bill and Helen Ross is display at the Art & Cultural Center in Fallbrook for the Home Town Hero program.