Dance III, bronze - photo by Hazel Reeves

The ecstasy of dance

As a life-long dance-lover, it’s no surprise that I have sought collaborations with dancers. But it’s more than that. I feel a strong connection between sculpture and dance. Sculpting, as with dance, is visceral, it’s story-telling, it’s choreography. My first series of dancing figures are developed through a collaboration with …

Experimentation in wax at Bronze Age - by sculptor Hazel Reeves

The agony of dance

I have been experimenting. Bronze Age Sculpture Casting Foundry let me loose in the wax room. This new sculptural work-in-progress – Agony …

Dance VI - bronze sculpture by Hazel Reeves

Dance VI

  Dance VI Dance VI is the largest of a series of bronze dancing figures I sculpted through a collaboration with the …

Dance V - sculpture by Hazel Reeves

Dance V

Dance V Dance V is one of a series of bronze dancing figures I sculpted through a collaboration with the dancer Elena …

Dance IV - sculpture by Hazel Reeves

Dance IV

Dance IV Dance IV is one of a series of bronze dancing figures I sculpted through a collaboration with the dancer Elena …

Dance III - sculpture by Hazel Reeves

Dance III

Dance III Dance III is one of a series of bronze dancing figures I sculpted through a collaboration with the dancer Elena …

Dance II - sculpture by Hazel Reeves

Dance II

Dance II Dance II is one of a series of bronze dancing figures I sculpted through a collaboration with the dancer Elena …

Dance I - sculpture by Hazel Reeves

Dance I

Dance I Dance I is the first of a series of bronze dancing figures I sculpted through a collaboration with the dancer …