Canadian trained artist Goody-B Wiseman’s Dream Tigers are wild but delicate. The miniature sculptures fit in the palm of a hand. Wiseman works in bronze to explore the mythical “feral child.” (Above: Hidden, Edition of 20)
Walrus – Bronze, Edition of 12
The Maine-based artist, a NSCAD grad, casts figures in a state of “in-betweenness,” the Katharine Mulherin gallery says. She catches them between nature and culture, wild and tamed, beautiful and the grotesque.
I Love You, I Love You, I Love You – Bronze, Edition of 12
Left: Mother and Cub / Right: Wolf Boy
Cat’s Cradle – Bronze and String, Unique
All images from the exhibition site of Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto and New York.
Goody-B. Wiseman lives and works in down east Maine and sometimes Los Angeles. She works in a variety of media including sculpture, film, and printed matter. She received an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD).
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Beautiful bronzes that speak to the heart of our wild and furry dreams.