Anne Shingleton`s oils, drawings, pastels and etchings have been shown in many one-woman and group exhibitions in Britain, France, Holland, Italy and the United States of America, whilst her sculptures have met with applause and success in collecting circles there and in Denmark, Germany and Norway. In 1997 the Royal British Society of Sculptors elected her an Associate Member. The American Society of Sculptors did so in 2003.
Sculpture: 'Wedding Sonata (Out Size Big Giant Bronze Praying Mantis statue/sculpture)' by Anne Shingleton
Outsize, Big, Large Female Praying Mantis Eating Mate and Playing Flute sculptures statues statuettes for sale, for Outside Outdoors Exterior as a Focal Point in Garden or Yard or Inside Indoors Interior show in House Or Home
This depicts the Cheerful Habit of the Female who eats her Mate after he has done the Business and she joyfully enjoys a short and Happy Widowhood
Wedding Sonata (Out Size Big Giant Bronze Praying Mantis statue/sculpture)
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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"I say that the art of sculpture is eight times as great as any other art based on drawing, because a statue has eight views and they must all be equally well made." Benvenuto Cellini Italian Baroque goldsmith and sculptor1500-1571
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