sculptor Marjorie Davies

Marjorie Davies

About Marjorie Davies

Marjorie Davies has a particular fascination for the human figure, its variety, its expressiveness, and its beauty. She seeks to bring the emotions of life into her work.
Some of Marjorie’s public sculpture include: a historical relief mural at the Beaumont Community Centre; bronze portraits of Millie Seitz (Celebration Park, St. Albert) and Reginald Gray(Strathcona County Museum); the Tribute to the Ottewell Family, “Salute to Volunteers” and the Lendrum Sisters in Sherwood Park; St. Bernadette (Beaumont). Her large relief panels & Cleopatra adorned the show pyramid for the Muttart’s 25th Anniversary and her figurative wire & polymer clay, “Unfettered Spirit” was purchased for the 2015 summer pyramid.  She has a diverse experience of sculptural media (clay, cement, bronze, stone, plaster, fiberglass, etc.) as well as two-dimensional mediums.  This artist has also worked on several team projects… international snow sculpture in Japan & several sand sculpture commissions. Over the years, she has exhibited widely and her work can also be found in many public and private collections.

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