Linda Klarfeld

Visual Arts & Craft

Millennium Women Exhibition tour

To tour and exhibit my most recent collection “Millennium Women” which depicts 6 different “women of today” in Sydney and Melbourne.

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I am a figurative sculptor who for the past 20 years has created a large and diverse body of work (many of life-size bronze statues). Much of my work has received great critical acclaim. My current 2020 Work-in-Progress, “Millennium Women” depicts 6 different “women of today” which will be the main feature of my work to be displayed at the Melbourne Artfair, the Sydney Artfair and in the foyer of Grosvenor Place, Sydney, later this year.

The ”women of today” are created as semi-abstract empowered women with contemporary lifestyles”. This is an opportunity for that work and some other selected pieces to be seen and appreciated by up to perhaps 100,000 people; a fantastic opportunity to help re-vitalise my career as a sculptor.

If I can raise those funds, or at least significantly cover them, I will have the opportunity to become better known for my contemporary work. My project has been selected by Creative Partnerships Australia for their MATCH Lab program. Thanks to the MATCH Lab program, your donation to this campaign will be matched dollar for dollar.


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Having sculpted the likes of Dr Victor Chang, Pope John Paul II, Dicks Smith, AO and Patrick Corrigan, AM. Linda Klarfeld is one of the best known figurative sculptors in Australia.

The first female sculptor in Australian History to be commissioned to create portrait busts for the Prime Minister’s Avenue in Ballarat. Her portrait bust of The Hon. Tony Abbott was unveiled in June 2017 and attracted national attention.

She has held 14 solo exhibitions and her sculptures stand in front of cathedrals, in prestigious private schools, in art galleries and homes of collectors around the world.


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