Annie s figurative wire sculptures
Sculpture

Annie’s figurative wire sculptures are based on the life

Annie Glass is an Australian sculptor who lives on the Mornington Peninsula Victoria with her husband and three teenage sons. After completing her BA with honours in sculpture at Monash University (1996-98) she worked in bronze for some years.

Looking for a quieter medium after having her first son she found wire. That was 19 years ago. Annie finds the medium has infinite possibilities and it allows her to portray movement. Annie’s figurative sculptures are based on life, human and animal forms are her usual subjects. Dogs are her passion. Her whimsical sculptures are joyous and evoke childhood memories and nostalgia. Her themes hold timeless appeal, love, family, relationships and humour just a few. Her artistic influences are Picasso, Giacometti, Matisse and Marc Chagall. Her favourite quote is from Marc Chagall “Art is above all a state of the soul”. An award winning artist Annie is grateful to have work held in many private collections throughout Australia, USA and Europe and says “It’s always a thrill when people want to have a piece of mine in their home”.

If you would like to see more of Annie’s work check her out on Instagram @annie_glass_sculptor

Born to Ride wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Butterflies wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Reclining Nude wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Butterfly Girls wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Daddys Girl wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Doggy Love wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Dolphins wire sculpture by Annie Glass

High Tide wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Learning to Fly wire sculpture by Annie Glass

lovely lady and family sculpture by Annie Glass

On the Run wire sculpture by Annie Glass

Walkies wire sculpture by Annie Glass

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