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Joan Bullock Morrell, sculptor

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  • Catalogue title
    • Joan Bullock Morrell, sculptor / Valerie Cowan
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    NB1108.B85 BUL  (Call Number)
  • ISBN
    9781877577932
  • Available in
    Reading Room  (Location)
  • Abstract
    "Joan Bullock Morrell is an artist of international repute and one of New Zealand's foremost bronze sculptors. After being awarded the New Zealand 1990 Commemoration Medal in recognition of services to the country, she received a QSM in 1995 for her work in the community. Joan has created an extensive body of work in her 45-year career. Many are works of self-expression, but she has also been in demand to produce pieces for private collections and for display in public places, and has been exhibited in New Zealand and overseas. This book, profusely illustrated with examples of Joan's work, examines the inspiration for each sculpture and gives the reader an insight into the creative process of bronze casting."--Back cover.
  • Production
    Steele Roberts Aotearoa (Publisher)
    Cowan, Valerie, editor (Author)
    Bullock-Morrell, Joan, 1928-, sculptor, author (Creator)
    Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand  (Place of occurrence)
    [2013?]
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Joan Bullock Morrell, sculptor
  • Notes
    Includes index.

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