Tag Archive for 'sculpture'

Light and Gravity: A Sampler of Birth Images by Elizabeth Sobkiw

linoleum cut monoprint pregnant skeleton


Blue backdrop pregnant body in white with black pelvic bone


Green backdrop pregnant body white purple butterflies and black pelvic bone


Detail purple butterflies and spine pregnant body on green backdrop

pregnant body, white plaster, spine and ribs like butterfly

Elizabeth Sobkiw-Williams (www.elizandra.com) is currently an art teacher in Montclair, New Jersey, where she lives with her husband, Matthew. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater Studies in 2007, and completed her Masters degree in Art Education in 2011. She is passionate about art, travel, good food, and loves spending time with family and friends.

Read our interview with Elizabeth Sobkiw-Williams conducted by Tania Pryputniewicz:  Pregnant in a Barren Landscape: Art, Control, and Premature Ovarian Failure.

3 Sculptures

by Sandy Frank

Sandy Frank talks about the process behind creating these sculptures at She Writes:

Writing as Prelude to Sculpture

Snake Woman




Sandy Frank is a California artist with exhibitions around the Bay Area and permanent exhibits as far reaching as Puerto Rico and Grenada, Wisconsin. She was educated through numerous workshops in places as far ranging as the Scottsdale Artists’ School in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the Marin Art School in Nicaso, California. In addition to sculpture, she also produces art through collage, painting, and drawing. She lives in Sebastopol, California.

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