Steel Sculpture

Anima II powder-coated mild steel 65" h x 63" w x 60" d Installed in Bremerton WA
Anima II, June 2010
powder-coated mild steel
63″ h x 65″ w x 60″d
Installed in Bremerton WA

 

Anima I, August 2009
powdercoated mild steel
63″ h x 65″ w x 60″ d
shown in Lake Oswego, OR

 

Angel Fish, June 2009 92” h x 26″ in diameter Painted mild steel, found hardware, cast concrete with integral pigment Shown on exhibition at Port Angeles, WA, 2009
Angel Fish, June 2009
92” h x 26″ in diameter
Painted mild steel, found hardware, cast concrete with integral pigment
Shown on exhibition at Port Angeles, WA, 2009

 

Whispering Bird, April 2008  68” h x 69’ w x 36’ d Mild steel with sealed rust patina Shown in Big Rock Park Sculpture Garden, Bellingham WA
Whispering Bird, April 2008
68” h x 69’ w x 36’ d
Mild steel with sealed rust patina
Shown in Big Rock Park Sculpture Garden, Bellingham WA
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Sister Fish II, June 2007
9’ h x 3’ w x 3’ d
painted steel and found hardware
Commissioned by City of Amneville-les-Thermes;
installed at Crid’Art Sculpture Park, Amneville-les-Thermes, Lorraine, France

 

Running Man, August 2002 16’6’’ h x 12’ in diameter  painted steel, cast resin, found baubles Commissioned by City of Kelowna; installed at Queensway Transit Centre
Running Man, August 2002
16’6’’ h x 12’ in diameter
painted steel, cast resin, found baubles
Commissioned by City of Kelowna; installed at Queensway Transit Centre

 

Off-Centre, November 2002
 cast concrete, steel, found rock, chain 
 55" high x 55" wide x 8" deep shown at Peace Arch Park in 2005
Off-Centre, November 2002

cast concrete, steel, found rock, chain 

55″ high x 55″ wide x 8″ deep
shown at Peace Arch Park in 2005

 

 

 

 

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