bronze gallery

After the Dance


16"H x 16"W x 16"W

Walnut / Rotating Base​

Bronze - Patina

A decade after creating a Colorado Yule Marble carving, I was moved to create a bronze version. The marble piece was a  direct carving created for a friend. Neither realizing nor intentional, the original piece depicted my friend's marriage relationship. Two people, with joined hearts, having different views of life, causing rough times, but always together, solid as a rock.

In my late 30's I created this piece in clay. Some thirty years later I decided to cast her as a bronze, using the lost-wax process.

Only a few years ago, by chance, a woman in my community saw this bronze. Pleased, she said she was the model. Now we are good friends and neighbors!

Awarded Third Place  Gilpin Arts

​2016  70th Annual Juried Art Show


Awarded First Place  Lincoln Gallery

2019 National Fine Art Show

Bronze is an alloy consisting primarily of copper, commonly with about 12-12.5% tin and often with the addition of other metals (such as aluminum, manganese, nickel or zinc)and sometimes non-metals or metalloids such as arsenic, phosphorus or siliconWikipedia

Lost-wax casting is the process by which a duplicate metal sculpture is cast from an original sculpture. Intricate works can be achieved by this method. The oldest known example of this technique is a 6,000-year old amulet from Indus valley civilization. Wikipedia

​​​Fine Art


6"H x 5"W x 4"D

Various Bases


The Hair Puller

Bronze - Patina

As I was modeling a clay maquette for a piece of stone, the clay evolved into this playful, reserved, modest, young woman; not my intention. Since this is not my carving style, she became a bronze.

Bronze and Granite


Different Views,

Joined in Heart,

Solid as a Rock

This is a whimsical look at the art of permanent hair removal, known as electrology or electrolysis.

The first few I made were donations to the American Electrology Association. Since then I have been commissioned for private sales.  I have also created and sold small necklace versions in bronze & silver.



10"H x 12"W x 6"D

Black Granite Base

Merit Award 2009

​Evergreen Artist Association


12"H x 7"W x 7"D Patina

Wood Base


Bronze - Patina

Frances A Listou