About the work
‘Sculptures to make music in the heart.’
Copper wire sculptures that lift the spirit.
Sculptures of clothes that echo human personalities and emotions; delicate christening robes, big pairs of blue jeans, small shoes, dancing dresses…
Sculptures that evoke the wonder of nature and its creatures; leaping salmon, smoothhound sharks, birds of paradise, and golden mane jellyfish.
What are they made of?
Copper wire, glass beads and mother of pearl.The copper wire can be oxidised turquoise/ verdigris or lacquered at a high heat to keep the raw copper look.
How should I display them?
The sculptures can be free standing or hung as mobiles. They are very light & portable.
They can hang above an island in a kitchen, from a tree in the garden, or against a living room wall.
Are they expensive to buy?
They are affordable, beautiful and joyous!
Get in touch to find out more.
In 2017, Susan installed art on a voluntarily basis in her local hospital; St. Columcille’s, Loughlinstown, Co.Dublin, the former 1841 workhouse with a group of local volunteers.
Well wishers have been very generous with their donations, especially Avoca Handweavers.