The images in this post are of unnamed works of Esther’s. They are in a variety of mediums but all beautifully executed.
Depicts the beauty of the female form.
Dimensions: H-44cm W-65cm D-13cm
Dimensions: H-52cm W-27cm D-17cm
Perseverance is currently on display at Cambridge Artworks.
Dimensions: H-244cm W-104cm D-60cm
Dimensions: H-19cm W-34.5cm D-19cm
Dimensions: H-51cm W-23cm D-19cm
A biblical heroine.
Dimensions: H-145cm W-30cm D-52cm
Batsheva, known to have bathed on a rooftop was the woman that King David fell in love with and subsequently married.
Dimensions: H-83cm W-31cm D-25cm
Adama is the feminine form of Adam which means ‘mother earth’. This piece illustrates this through its feminine form and colour.
Dimensions: H-170cm W-55cm D-44cm
An amalgam of our public and private personas.
Dimensions: H-30cm W-50cm
Danaid – after Rodin (Marble)
Dimensions: H-17cm W-29cm D-24cm
Celebration of integrity, social will and strength.
Dimensions: H-56cm W-28cm D18cm
Sculptural asymmetry in the same stone represents female harmony.
Dimensions: H-59cm W-42.5cm D-37cm