Wood Sculpture

I mainly use wood to create maquettes and work through design ideas but also create small sculptures for exhibition & sale in wood.

The first  images are from the Back to Nature series

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

 

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

 

Nyad, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2010 wood with rust patina 13.5" h x 10" d x 15" w
Nyad, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2010
wood with rust patina
13.5″ h x 10″ d x 15″ w

 

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

 

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

 

The last images are  from the Running Man series.

All That Glisters, Marion-Lea Jamieson, 2000, Wood, Plexiglas, found baubles, hardware, 48” x 72” x 30”

 

Colour Theory, May 2001, Wood, Plexiglas, paints, 90" x 96" x 40"
Colour Theory, Marion-Lea Jamieson, May 2001, Wood, Plexiglas, paints, 90″ x 96″ x 40″

 

Special Cases, September 1999, Wood, plexiglas, 48″ x 72″ x 30″
Special Cases, Marion-Lea Jamieson, September 1999, Wood, plexiglas, 48″ x 72″ x 30″

 

Conversion, Marion-Lea Jamieson, June 2001 wood, board, brackets, acrylic & lacquer paints 18” h x 36” w x 12” d
Conversion, Marion-Lea Jamieson, June 2001
wood, board, brackets, acrylic & lacquer paints
18” h x 36” w x 12” d

 

fishery
Fishery, Marion-Lea Jamieson, May 2001 wood, board, chain, acrylic & lacquer paints;  48” h x 72” w

 

 

 

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