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Sculpture, Metal on Bronze
Size: 15.4 W x 8.3 H x 5.5 D in
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This Helping Hand Bronze Sculpture is handmade and part of my most successful collection called: ‘Helping Hands’. Over 2,000 pieces were sold! It was one of my first sculptures and was created in honor of the people who helped my family to overcome hard times. The collection includes 5 different designs of "Helping Hands".
Sculpture:Metal on Bronze
Size:15.4 W x 8.3 H x 5.5 D in
Ready to Hang:No
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Jennifer Troice is a multi-talented Mexican sculptor who began her artistic career in music. After evolving and growing in her talents, she is now well known for her bronze sculptures, which have been displayed both in private and public spaces in Mexico City. Jennifer first began to experiment with sculpture during her years at the American School Foundation in Mexico, which was a crucial experience for her artistic development. She continued her training at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston (2005), where she studied drawing from the human figure, printmaking, welding, and casting. She finished her first large-scale work, the piece “Imagina” (“Imagine”, 2008) before her 22nd birthday: the sculpture is displayed at the lobby of the Oncology ward of the ABC Hospital. But Jennifer’s sculptures have meant much more to her than just an artistic outlet. They inadvertently led to an important healing process after a devastating occurrence in her life. This raw and honest expression can be easily seen in her work (although her works are well refined upon completion), allowing the viewer to connect to a range of subjects, from injustice to joy to self-care - an important part of her creations. Her evocative sense of form is powerful in creating these connections. Jennifer Troice's work is known for its modern style, which diverges from abstraction. The forms she achieves are always figurative, yet they fall into the category of what the artist likes to call “geometric minimalism”. The influence of Cubism is perceivable in the accented angles and the contrast with the organic shapes that lie beneath the objects, animals, and human figures that inspire her work.
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