Deborah Dendler, sculptor and long time resident of Fish Creek and Newton, Mass., is currently exhibiting two bronze sculptures in the Concord Arts Association Annual Juried Painting and Sculpture Exhibition, which runs until Feb. 16. Both of Dendler’s sculptures are realistic bronzes of dancing women sculpted first in wax and then cast in bronze. Sculpting within the American realistic tradition, Dendler’s work celebrates the extraordinary beauty of ordinary people and the natural world in everyday life.
Dendler has also had a portrait drawing selected for “The Faces of Winter 2014, Building on Classics, Biennial Fine Art Juried Portrait Exhibition” of The Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists in the University of Connecticut Gallery in Stamford, Conn. The drawing selected, “Bella Principessa,” is executed in red and white chalk on tinted paper. “I’m really honored to have my work included in this show with so many top notch American portrait artists,” says Dendler, “but I’ll be very happy to get back to my studio in Fish Creek.”
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