JANET BROME

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JANET  BROME

Bringing everyone into her realm of the wonders of nature, Virginia artist Janet Brome engages the viewer with the metal screen sculpture of her fish and fowl.

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JANET  BROME Bison

Bison
- Earthenware with terra sigillata
11 x 11 x 2-1/2 in
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JANET  BROME Bison
Bison
Earthenware with terra sigillata  
11 x 11 x 2-1/2 in
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JANET  BROME Cow
Cow
Earthenware with terra sigillata  
6 x 6 x 1-1/2 in
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JANET  BROME Look_ Ma!
Look, Ma!
Painted aluminum screen, wire  
32 x 14 x 12 in
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JANET  BROME On Watch
On Watch
Earthenware with terra sigillata  
10 x 7 x 2-1/2 in
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JANET  BROME Trout
Small Trout
Painted metal screen, wire  
5 x 12 x 4 in
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JANET  BROME

JANET BROME

JANET BROME Biography

Mixed media artist Janet Brome bends and twists wire mesh into birds, animals and fish that take on a personality of their own. With a playful air - chickens made of chicken wire - her sculptures capture the spirit of their subject.

JANET BROME Statement

"I enjoy starting a work with an idea and letting the content dictate the medium and the approach. This takes me into new territory. These wanderings usually end up as 3-D constructions. I am currently intrigued by metal screen and what it does when manipulated. By adding color, and shaping and layering the wire mesh, I can create work that reveals surprises from every angle. While working with screen, I simply try to be open to what the material wants to do. My goal is to constantly explore and take risks. I would like my work to engage the viewer and offer delight or wonder."

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