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Portrait and Figurative Sculptor - Jane Robbins

I have recently been introduced to a very talented sculptor - Jane Robbins and I'm particularly interested in her 'chrystalclear' resin work, something new, innovative and unique.

Jane is creating some amazing figurative angel sculptures and I'm hoping to design a dark reflective pool uplit at night with one of her creations.

www.janerobbins.com

See photos below, some of Jane's work. (all photos copyright - Jane Robbins)

Angel resin sculptures featured below:
clear colour Angel wringing out her hair
pink colour Angel leaning on her hands

I'm hoping the sculpture can be placed on an unobtrusive mount so that she appears to float on the dark water.

We have been asked by Steve Clark of Chilstone Stone to design a show garden at their headquarters in Tunbridge Wells and so hopefully we can include Jane's work into our design also. I'm putting the final elements together ready to present in the new year.

www.chilstone.com





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