04.01.16 by Staff

Whimsical Animal Sculptures by Artist Ellen Jewett

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These plant/animal sculptures by Vancouver Island-based artist Ellen Jewett are wondrous! More images below.

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Ellen Jewett’s Website

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  • Lauren Matsumoto

    Very nice!

    • which is your favourite?

      • Lauren Matsumoto

        Hard to say because they all look like amazing sculptures. Guess if forced to choose, I would say I love the bird ones- they remind me of the birds I often put in my paintings…

  • Benjamin Anderson

    I absolutely love the top one





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