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"THE SEA" bronze Sculpture - Limited Edition of 100

Lisbeth Sabol

United States

Sculpture, Bronze on Bronze

Size: 10 W x 12 H x 6 D in

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The Sea expresses a sense of quiet dignity and grace. Entitled The Sea because of the proximity of the sea while creating this sculpture in New Zealand, the lovely figure conveys a sense of calm and quiet anticipation. She has a faraway gaze and is turning her body as if about to greet a long-awaited loved one. Lisbeth Sabol‘s exquisite sculptures are cast using the lost wax method of bronze-casting to capture intricate detail and the patina is hand-applied for subtle color variations. The Sea bronze is available in an artist limited edition of 100. Each bronze is signed and numbered by the artist.

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Sculpture:Bronze on Bronze

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:100

Size:10 W x 12 H x 6 D in

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Known for her breathtaking sculptures full of movement, grace, and lyrical impressionism, Ms. Sabol has shown her work in New York City, London, Honolulu, New Zealand, and Italy. Her sculptures can be seen in the public collections of Rocky Mountain National Park, Glacier National Park, Quiet Waters Park, and in many private collections throughout the world. Her work has won awards in international and national exhibitions. “The focus of my work is the depth of expressiveness of the figure.” From her studies in Italy while living near Florence, Ms. Sabol's work shows the influence of the sculptural masterpieces she encountered in Europe. Her sculptures can be seen in the public collections of Rocky Mountain National Park, Glacier National Park, Quiet Waters Park, and are held in many private collections throughout the world. Her work has won awards in international and national exhibitions. Lisbeth's work is currently shown in The Arts & Artisans Gallery in Luray, Virginia, and Cedar Street Galleries in Honolulu, Hawaii. A selection of her stone-carvings inspired by and created during official National Park Service residencies were recently highlighted in the National exhibition "Through Your Eyes” about artwork in U.S. National Parks. Lisbeth's work in public collections includes sculptures in Quiet Waters Park, Maryland; Glacier National Park, Montana; and Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Her marble sculpture at Rocky Mountain National Park is a detailed portrait of 14,259' Longs Peak she sculpted after climbing to the summit while NPS Artist-in-Residence in the Park. While official Sculptor-in-Residence at Mt Rushmore National Memorial in 2000 and 2001, Lisbeth sculpted several original sculptures while onsite demonstrating her stone-carving techniques to Park visitors. During her stay, she was granted access to climb Mt Rushmore. In 2003, Lisbeth spent a month carving a two ton block of stone at The Tareitanga International Sculpture Symposium in Wellington, New Zealand, a prestigious invitational event that features sculptors from all over the world. She sculpted a larger than life-size figure emerging from the block of stone. Lisbeth is a graduate of The College of William & Mary, earning degrees in Fine Arts and Biology.

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