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Ellen Woodbury

“I find stone sculpture to be a logical extension for much of what I learned as an animator. One medium is the illusion of three dimensions and the other is the reality of three dimensions.”

 

Biography

Ellen Woodbury is a one-of-a-kind stone sculptor who carves stylized animals from a variety of colored and white marbles.

Ellen is a Signature member of Artists For Conservation, a Signature member of The Society of Animal Artists, and an Associate member of the National Sculpture Society. Her sculpture is juried into national and international shows. She is an invited exhibitor at Sculpture in the Park, the largest outdoor juried sculpture show in the US. Ellen’s outdoor sculpture “See Through Other Eyes: Spotted Owl” won the 2011 People’s Choice Award in Loveland, CO, as part of the Arts Advocacy Project. Her work has won several national awards and is held in private collections throughout the U.S.

Ellen is now carving a series of stone sculptures of endangered species and has six finished pieces: a spotted owl, a frog, a tiger, a leatherback sea turtle, a red panda, and a St. Andrew Beach Mouse. She has drawings and maquettes for many more sculptures in this series… read more

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