“Anne de Villeméjane’s sculptures are delicate and powerful at the same time”.
L’Orient le Jour, newspaper
The making of the Audience Award Bronze sculpure for the In French With English Subtitles, NY Film Festival.
Sculpture is a passion for French artist Anne de Villeméjane. She has followed intensive education in bronze casting, mould making and welding at Massachusetts College of Art, De Cordova museum and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, amongst others.
As an established sculptor, she has developed a thorough body of work from bronze sculpture and glass art/acrylic art to cement sculpture and metal art.
Playing with scale, her work resides between the worlds of figurative and abstract art . Her poetic, feminine sculptures are fully distinguishable.
Exhibited in various galleries, her bronze statues and her lifesize master piece, “Fragile”-perfect for a sculpture garden- have also been shown in prestigious Art fairs such as SCOPE New York, Art Miami, Art Houston or Cap Kuwait.
Now living in manhattan, Anne casts most of her sculptures at Modern Art Foundry, one of the oldest Bronze Art foundries in New York, still casting pieces for Louise Bourgeois and Gaston Lachaise estates.