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Downtown Haliburton Sculpture Exhibition



Carolanne MacLean


This bronze sculpture stands 14 inches tall. It reperesents a tranquil and thoughtful young woman. With her hair tied back, Annie depicts the ease of beautiful youth. When Caroleanne was creating Annie, she explained that she works with a sculpture until she feels the rythm of the shape. She continues sculpting until she is totally satisfied with something that is beautiful.

Carolanne MacLean

I feel I am working with energy, whether painting or sculpting. I am interested in the healing value of colour and the surprising beauty of the accidental mark, and intrigued by the very existence of our response to beauty.

I am motivated to soothe the world through thoughtful introspection. I long to create a world where I can feel at peace and a little more in control.

~Caroleanne MacLean~

Carolanne MacLean was born in Toronto in 1949. She is a graduate with honours of the Ontario College of Art in Fine Art and has a B.A. from the University of Toronto. Her large encaustic abstract works are a study in light, colour and texture, sometimes involving the figure, often nonrepresentational. Her City Souls paintings capture moments, passing expressions on the faces around us.

She pursues the beauty of the figure through a regular sculpture practice. 

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