Location: Canada

Throughout my training at the College of Fine Arts and thereafter, I studied sculpture under Elzbieta Szczodrowska, a sculptor perhaps best known for her work on the monument to "Solidarity" in Gdansk (Poland).

My extensive experience has enabled me to explore a broad spectrum of figurative arts, and resulted in an in-depth study of autonomous as well as relief forms of expression. It also afforded me a unique opportunity to work on large-scale sculptures for private clients, participation in Sculpture Symposiums, and having my sculptures displayed in public places and gardens.

Presently I finds my self-expression in 3-dimentional figurative works as well as in reliefs, which on occasion I combine with abstract elements. My sculptures illustrate the complexity and beauty of human form. I intend to demonstrate the depth as well as the foibles of the human endeavor, along the journey of both physical and spiritual evolution.

I works in bronze, stone, fiberglass, metal and resin, and gesso-duro.


My sculptures

I would like to show examples of my works in bronze, fibreglass and stone

Violoniste “Violoniste”

Bronze sculpture 5"x 8" x 12" on the granite base

I Love You “I Love You”

Bronze sculpture on granite base

On the Way “On the Way”

Sculpture in steatite is was created and inspired by our project "Les femmes inspirantes". Sculpture shows a young woman on a long trip.