Mardie Rees' portrait bust La Petite Fleur and celebrated work Dawn & Dusk were in California Art Club's 102nd Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition held at the USC Fisher Museum in Los Angeles, California, from June 2nd - 23rd.Read More
On May 17th, 2013, I attended the opening of National Sculpture Society's 80th Annual Awards Exhibition in Tampa Florida. The exhibition also ran in conjunction with the National Sculpture Society's 2013 Weekend get-together. I enjoyed meeting other nationally renown sculptors and discussing sculpture as well as seeing beautiful Tampa, Florida.Read More
Real Carriage Door Company introduces the Artist-in-residence series of handcrafted doors. Rich in tradition and material, these wood doors with custom bronze panels boast an unmatched uniqueness for both private residences and public arenas. http://www.realcarriagedoors.com/bronze-doors.php
Pictured: Dawn and Dusk by sculptor Mardie Rees. The Art-nouveau inspired bronze panels contain the allegorical figures of Dawn and Dusk, cyclically welcoming each other as time passes in earthly rhythm. The dark tones of Mahogany give these art pieces the frame they deserve.
Dawn & Dusk were recently installed on a beautiful arched entry door built by Real Carriage Door Co. (designed by my talented husband, Jeremy Broderick) that recently shipped to New Orleans for the AIA Convention May 11-15, 2011 We are all excited to hear the reception of this beautiful harmony of handcrafted wood and rich bronze.
Before the door shipped we took advantage of a beautiful Saturday. We took the door into the woods - not an easy task beacuse the door weighed 200 lbs! Here are just some quick photos taken with my phone. The professional photos coming soon!
The logistics of getting it down a small trail and over a fallen tree trunk!
My daughter wondering what all the fuss is about!
Aren't they beautiful?
How did the door get there!