She responds equally to the inner and outer worlds with a most sensitive awareness of their relationships. This intuitive perception is the outstanding quality of her drawings from life and her sculptures.
'Slumbering Muse (nude Girl and Hands statuettes/Figurines/statues)' by Lyn Constable Maxwell
Description: Bronze Small Naked Girl Muse Lying in the Palms of Two Hands Sculpture, or Metal Nude in the Hand, or Little Bronze Naked Girl and Two Outstretched Hands Bronze resin statuettes, Sculpted by the Imaginative and Creative Sculptor Lyn Constable Maxwell
Size: x 5 in (width x depth) It is a maquette sculpture It is a figurine sculpture It is a statuette sculpture
'Young Shepherd (bronze Lifesize Boy and Lamb/Sheep statues/sculptures)' by Lyn Constable Maxwell
Description: a Life Size Bronze Boy Shepherd Holding a Lamb Kneeling statue, Ideal for Outside In the Garden as a Focal Point or Outdoors at a School, Farm Museum or Farm Shop, by the Accomplished Sculptress Lyn Conatable Maxwell
'Arabian Shepherdess (Little/Small Resting bronze statuette/statue/art)' by Lyn Constable Maxwell
Description: Small/Little Bronze Shepherdess Sitting Resting Exhausted in the Sun Sculptures/statuettes/statues/figurines for sale for Indoors/Inside display, Or Little Bronze Statue of Girl Reclining and Thinking by the much sought after Sculptress Lyn Constable Maxwell
Size: 5 x 6 in (height x width) It is a maquette sculpture It is a miniature sculpture It is a figurine sculpture It is a statuette sculpture
'Artemis (Semi Naked bronze Head Bust female Girl statue sculptures)' by Lyn Constable Maxwell
Description: Bronze Semi Nude Portrait Bust of the Goddess Artemis In her full Glorious and Radiant Beauty Ideal for Outdoors In the Garden or Indoors around the House. This Beautiful Pice of Sculpture is now Sold however Commissions in this Style of a living person or a Greek God or Goddess can be commissioned in a similar style.
"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