Small Sculptures

I also produce smaller sculptures that can act as models for future larger sculptures .  Most of these continue the theme of animal/human interaction/interdependence.

The Singer, 2012 20” high x 12” wide x 12” deep Model for larger work in concrete or bronze
The Singer, 2012,
Marion-Lea Jamieson,
20” high x 12” wide x 12” deep,
hydrostone

 

Golden Jumping Frogwoman, 2014 17" h x 22" w x 20" d painted mild steel
Golden Jumping Frogwoman, 2014
17″ h x 22″ w x 20″ d
painted mild steel

 

Jumping Frogwoman October 2007 17” h x 22” w x 20” d painted wood, found hardware
Jumping Frogwoman, October 2007
Marion-Lea Jamieson 17” h x 22” w x 20” d
painted wood, found hardware

 

 

Sister Fish #2, May 2007 32” h x 11 in diameter painted wood, found hardware
Sister Fish #2, May 2007
Marion-Lea Jamieson 32” h x 11 in diameter
painted wood, found hardware

 

 

 

Whispering Bird, October 2007 Marion-Lea Jamieson 17' h x 20” l x 12” d painted wood (maquette for larger work in steel)
Whispering Bird, October 2007
Marion-Lea Jamieson
17′ h x 20” l x 12” d
painted wood 

, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2010 wood with rust patina 13.5" h x 10" d x 15" w
Scylla, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2009
wood with rust patina
13.5″ h x 10″ d x 15″ w
Scylla, January 2009 Marion-Lea Jamieson steel with sealed rust patina 41 cm h x 47 cm w x 24 cm d
Scylla, January 2010
Marion-Lea Jamieson
steel with sealed rust patina
41 cm h x 47 cm w x 24 cm d

 

The Three Graces,  Marion-Lea Jamieson2004,  70 cm x 70 cm x 70 cm, silver paint on plaster maquette for larger work in steel
The Three Graces,
Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2004,
70 cm x 70 cm x 70 cm, silver paint on plaster 

 

Conversation in Blue, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2007 wood & spray paint 24" h x 24" w x 12" d
Conversation in  Blue, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2007
wood & spray paint
24″ h x 24″ w x 12″ d

 

Jumping Frogwoman, 2008,  6.5" h x 12.5 " w x 7" d Plaster
Jumping Frogwoman, 2008,
Marion-Lea Jamieson 6.5″ h x 12.5 ” w x 7″ d
Plaster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marion-Lea Jamieson is an artist and sculptor from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada