Joanna is welsh-born, but has lived and worked in many places in the world, including Asia. Most recently, she lived and worked for some years on the edge of a fjord in North Denmark, before moving to Firenze, where she currently lives. Her work is touched by the influences of all these diverse cultures.
Joanna"s education is in ceramics, a training that instilled in her a belief in "truth to material". Thus, when she developed her work into bronze, she apprenticed with a bronze caster and subsequently worked in a fine art foundry for several...
A Horse&Nude Female Bronze Limited Edition sculpture for sale for Indoors Inside the Home&Outside in an Intimate part of the Garden by the International Sculptress Joanna Mallin-Davies on an integral base.
The Divine II, as with The Divine I, is about communion, intimacy and a gentle strength. As with all my pieces the base emphasises the gesture. The dynamic of Divine II is strongly forward, and is held softly by the a woman on tip toes.
1 ft 10 in x 1 ft 2 in x 5 in (height x width x depth)
approx: 55.9 x 35.6 x 12.7 cm It is a maquette sculpture It is a figurine sculpture It is a statuette sculpture
The Divine II (Chubby nude Woman and Horse statues)
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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"All my life as an artist I have asked myself: What pushes me continually to make sculpture? I have found the answer. art is an action against death. It is a denial of death. " Jacques Lipchitz 1891-1973