photo, Jennifer Watt, Sculptor

Sculpture: Jennifer Watt

The best art needs little explanation: here are Jennifer Watt‘s sculptures – you only need to look at them for a moment for them to speak to you.

sculpture, dancers, Jennifer Watt, sculpture
Dancers sculpture by Jennifer Watt http://www.jenniferwatt.isendyouthis.com

 

 

 

“Dancers” A sculpture of two figures dancing.

Limited Edition
30cm x 50cm x 25cm
Edition of 6

£3,500

 

1861529
La Grande Fete, Sculpture 208
1873834
The Walk, Sculpture 122

Sculpture in three sets of two figures, that can be arranged in a circle or in a line as photograph.

Limited Edition
Cast Aluminium Resin
35cm x 40cm x 10cm
Edition of 25

£900

 

 

 

 

Figurative sculpture of an adult and child suitable for indoors or outdoors. In bronze resin on a green slate base.

Limited Edition
53cm x 30cm x 22cm
Edition of 25

£850

 

1862183
Protege, Sculpture 112

 

 

 

 

Sculpture on green slate base suitable for the garden.

Limited Edition
‘Cast Slate Resin’
76cm x 23cm
Edition of 25

£750

 

(Note: you can get an idea of the scale of these last 2 pieces from the featured photo of the sculptor with her works: you can see them on the right of the picture.)

Jennifer Watt was born in Dumfries, Scotland, and has returned to live near her birthplace.

You can find out more about her sculpture at her website or Instagram site

Memorial

I happen to have come across these sculptures on the anniversary of remembering a good friend’s wonderful mother.  The loss is still painful.  Perhaps an appropriate way to remember someone is with a beautiful piece of art or sculpture – I’ve also seen a stunning example of a woven tapestry of a lake landscape commissioned and made to commemorate a GP who was also a keen canoeist, which was gifted to the doctors’ practice by his family.

Creative Takeaways

You can use Jennifer’s sculptures as a prompt for writing creatively.  In her artist’s statement, she says “I search to create work which achieves an emotional response.” I certainly find her work inspires emotion and is easily readable.

If I were an organisation with a garden or entrance way, I would invest in her figures – they are surprisingly inexpensive, with many suitable for outdoor as well as indoor display.  (You can get an idea of the range of sizes of her figures in the featured photo of Jennifer with her works)

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