Sculptures

Expression of a Feeling
Expression of a Feeling Bronze Sculpture

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 15
48″H X 24″W X 14″D

Best Friends
Best Friends

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 25
15″H X 17″W X 13″D

Ode to Martha Graham
Ode to Martha Graham

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 8
24″H X 16″W X 12″D

The Dancer
The Dancer

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 12
17”H X 33”W X 14”D

Untitled II
Untitled II

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 7
19.5″H X 29″W X 27″D

Four Butts, Two Mutts, and a Game
Four Butts, Two Mutts, and a Game

Bronze Bas-Relief
Edition of 6
5’H X 5.5’W X 1’D (Life-size)

Silhouette
Silhouette

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 25
22″H X 7″W X 6″D

Head and Hand
Head and Hand

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 25
17″H X 9″W X 7″D

Kadima
Kadima

Bronze Sculpture (Back View)
Edition of 25
28″H X 26″W X 19″D

Spiritual Evolution
Spiritual Evolution

Bronze Sculpture
Edition of 8
31″H X 33″W X 19″D

Secrets
Secrets

Bronze Sculpture (Back View)
Edition of 25
20″H X 11″W X 10.5″D

Sisters
Sisters

Bronze Sculpture (Back View)
Commission NFS
12″H x 21″W x 14″D

With a caring, yet bold, approach, Ellie Dolgin creates sensual and vibrant bronze sculptures that celebrate the human body and explore interpersonal relationships.   Her work encompasses a variety of themes, including the graceful language of dancers and the innocence of children.  Each piece is a unique expression of the human spirit.  Whether it is a quiet moment between dancers, or the gritty intensity of a woman reaching toward the earth, there is a moment for Ellie when each sculpture seems to come alive.  In that moment, Ellie herself feels the coolness of a drip of water as it falls onto the clay, or the sensation of figures touching each other.

Her attention to the spirit within is also revealed in her one-of-a-kind ceramic sculptures and water fountains which embody the delicacy of falling leaves, clarity of flowing water, and grainy texture of rocks.  The personality of each piece emerges like a rose opening to reveal the fullness of its beauty.

For questions or comments about her bronze and ceramic sculptures, please email Ellie.