Joan Zaslow

Joan Z. Zaslow has over 20 years of critical art studies and art history training, both at Newcomb College of Tulane University and as a docent at the New Orleans Museum of Art. In 1993, after a career as an attorney in New Orleans, Joan decided to explore sculpting…the other side of her brain. Joan studied at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts under master sculptor Kinzey Branham. Her medium of choice is clay that is subsequently cast into bronze using the lost wax method, or fired and hand patinated to a layered and weathered effect. Using live models as subjects, Joan sculpts in a figurative style capturing the nuance of gesture and grace of the human form. Like the impressionist painter, she leaves the stroke of her hand on the work for the viewer to see. Although her style is figuratively derived, it is universally significant…the viewer can easily identify with the mood or emotion portrayed. Exhibitions: The Academy Gallery (10 consecutive juried shows) The New Orleans Museum of Art (2 docent art shows) Creekside Gallery in Park City, Utah Annette’s of Rue Royal in New Orleans, LA Private Collections: New Orleans, LA Metairie, LA Baton Rouge LA Memphis, TN Houston, TX Park City, UT Palm Springs, CA Carmel, CA Old Tappan, NJ Joan was born in New York City, raised in South Florida, and currently resides with her husband in New Orleans. Joan also sells her work in Carmel, California

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