Dreene Cotton was born, lived and trained in Liverpool - then moved to London and continued her sculpture studies at Bromley College under Anthony Hawken. She always seems imbue her sculptures with her sympathetic sense of humour and nostalgia.
'Archie the Evacuee (Boy in School Uniform sculpture/statue/statuary)' by Dreene Cotton
Description: This sculpture Bronze resin depicts a Boy Evacuee in Blazer For Sale during the evacuation of School Children from London in September 1939. Children were excited with their Gas Masks and Food, ready for the great `unknown journey`. They were also a little scared and all their mothers had sad eyes but brave smiles. EVERY child had an identifaction label round their neck.
Description: Bronzr resin (Cold Cast Bronze) Standing Perched on a Stump Garden Outrdoor Outside statues For Sale. This beautiful South Sea Island Peacock is renowned for it`s vivacious blue and green plumage.
'PLOP and adopted parents (Baby Barn Owl/Raptor Outsize statues/sculpture)' by Dreene Cotton
Description: `The Baby Barn Owl in Bronze resin sculpture who was afraid of the Dark` is a children`s book about a baby owl called Plop. My sculpture is about a very scared little owl and although his adopted mother is a barn owl like himself, his father is an Eagle owl - unusual parents!!
Size: 65 x 49 x 49 (height x width x depth) It is a lifesize sculpture
Description: A fox sculpture. This lovely and characterful life size fox sculpture in bronze resin is a classic example of the wild life sculptures of this highly talented sculptor Dreene Cotton. She is able to translate the latent spirit of her wild and domesticated animals into these delicately sculpted pieces of Art. Have a look at her other examples animals and birds in particular...Spike (terrier) and Java (Peacock) and brilliant depictions ofChildren... Archie the Evacuee, Rain Stopped My Play, Thomas is a Substitute Again.
Size: 41 x 72 x 45 cm (height x width x depth) It is a statuette sculpture It is a lifesize sculpture
Thank you again for your wonderful and professional assistance throughout. I am so enjoying my "Running Hare"....I call her Lucy. I received a lovely email from Lucy (Lucy Kinsella the Sculptress) earlier this week and the Running Hare (www.artparks.co.uk/s1104) is now safely in my possession. As I told Lucy, the piece is more beautiful and delicate than I had been expecting. She is very special.. Thank you so much for the part you played in bringing us to gather. A... [Read more]
Sydney K., Manlius, New York, United States.