Featured Artist Elizabeth Lind

Stone sculptor Elizabeth Lind presents a compelling portfolio of figurative work, conveying the spirit, delicacy and beauty of each subject. See more of her work by visiting her website.

 

"Sea Siren" limestone, 21” x 14” x 14” by Elizabeth Lind. See her artist feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Sea Siren” limestone, 21” x 14” x 14”

 

I am a sculptor. I am consistently inspired by the natural world, its objects, beings, motions, and cycles.

 

"Embrace" black alabaster, 24.5” x 12.5” x 6” by Elizabeth Lind. See her artist feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Embrace” black alabaster, 24.5” x 12.5” x 6”

 

The energy and unremitting sanity of “wild things” makes sense of this world. I am constantly drawn to the female figure, turning to the world of women and their environments, either real or surreal.

 

"Aphrodite's Dream" limestone, 33" x 15" x 15" by Elizabeth Lind. See her artist feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Aphrodite’s Dream” limestone, 33″ x 15″ x 15″

 

Currently I am working on a body of work loosely defined as “Wild Things” populated with sirens, Boschlike half-human, half-animal forms, primitive beings completely out of touch with our current reality. My forms celebrate sensuality, myth, secrets, imagination, and mystery.

 

"Ondine" Vermont marble, 14” x 11” x 9” by Elizabeth Lind. See her artist feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Ondine” Vermont marble, 14” x 11” x 9”

 

My studio, the Stone Cocoon, is nestled in the bucolic setting of a 19th century New England mill. It is a timeless space built along a small river. It houses an artist colony which has become my workplace and home.

 

Artist Elizabeth Lind working on "Gilded Fig". See her artist feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

Artist Elizabeth Lind working on “Gilded Fig”

 

Using the same worn mallet for close to 20 years, I employ simple chisels to investigate the forms inherent in my latest stone boulder. The shapes shift and change as the marble, alabaster, or limestone gives way to my creative process.

 

"Awakening" alabaster, 19” x 10” x 10” by Elizabeth Lind. See her artist feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Awakening” alabaster, 19” x 10” x 10”

 

Without a strongly defined design in mind, I explore the possibilities each stone offers. This year, I hope to find a meaningful gallery connection. I am primarily a museum exhibitor but look forward to the relationship and vision a strong gallery has to offer.

 

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  1. Tangible sensitivity with flowing form. Proud to display one of these original imaginative creations in my waiting room.

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