Huntsville Art Society Members Show Partners Hall November 30 - January 18, Opening Reception December 3rd from 6-8pm
Elise is excited to be returning to the gorgeous Hillside Farm, this time for the Landed Show. She will be bringing her Bodies in Motion series of stone sculptures (people being active in nature) as well as some nature inspired necklaces, greeting cards and landscape printmaking. Hope you can make it!
We are excited to be exhibiting our sculpture and furniture at the Hillside Farm with the Limberlost Artists this year!
This is the first ever Huntsville Art Crawl and downtown Huntsville is full of guest artists for the month of June!
You can find my Alabaster Abstract Series in the window of The Topiary, Shaping the Tree . Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing one of the sculptures. Please check out other art displays and you can get a Passport stamped for a chance to win.
Elise is thrilled to be part of the Collingwood Art Crawl this year. At collingwoodartcrawl.com you will find a selection of her sculptures under the Art Galleries section. A studio visit video with Elise will be in the Unmissable section. The video was filmed and edited by Elise & Cirvan's daughter Kaslo Hamilton!
On May 15th we installed "Dancers" in the sweet town of Fergus, Ontario. Cirvan had built a portable Gantry Crane for lifting the 4 foot tall limestone sculpture that Elise carved, which weighs 783 pounds. We were assisted by members of the Elora Sculpture Project Committee. The sculpture is part of the 2020 ESP and the 4th time one of Elise's sculptures has been displayed from May till October in Elora and Fergus. If you find yourself in those parts, check out "Dancers" along the Riverwalk in Fergus!
Hope to see you at the Huntsville Art Society's Christmas Marketplace November 29th - December 1st at Algonquin Theatre's Partners Hall, in Downtown Huntsville
Elise Muller & Cirvan Hamilton
Elise's stylized figurative sculpture is carved in a variety of stone like marble, alabaster, limestone and local dolomite. Using a variety of domestic hardwoods, Cirvan designs and builds contemporary pieces of fine furniture.