Statues and Portrait Sculptures of People
The Sculptress JOEL is known for her detailed portraits, and these include some famous names as well as statues of friends being celebrated, and artworks to promote certain humanitarian causes.
Sculptures of People by JOEL are available at the Gallery
A young boy kneeling and cradling a newborn lamb
Commissioned to celebrate and promote Market Town’s Week, a young woman shows her older companion what she has found on the market.
A new project - the Hope Sculpture is being made by JOEL to promote the freedom of the individual and the cause of preventing human trafficking. You can follow this exciting project on its own Hope Sculpture blog.
Lady Godiva I Will Lift Up My Eyes
JOEL was commissioned to make the portrait sculptures of Lady Godiva, portrayed on a fine Spanish Stallion with details of harness and fine cloak –they are at the moment they stepped out of the castle courtyard and into the rough streets.
Shakespeare The Bard
The Bard is a statue of the famous William Shakespeare – with echoes of the theatrical mask this sculpture can also be bought with the Bard’s hand and quill.
The Bard’s hand is now one of several sculptures of hands celebrating writers and families
A hand of St Augustine of Hippo is now made for Launde Abbey Leicestershire.
JOEL has also been working on sculptures of dancers, and portraits of individuals, if you would any more information do contact her at the Tenon Studio.