Janet MacLeod trained at Whitelands College, London, specialising in art. She came to sculpture from a background of teaching, painting and the successive restoration of three 17th century homes in Hereford, Yorkshire and Cambridge. The sculpture developed from human figurative work and studies of Pointer gun dogs to more interpretative work in a desire to capture the essence of the subject. This led to a natural progression through the study of organic structures, with the present focus on the unique beauty of seeds, pods and plant forms. As well as bronze her works can be found in marble and silver. Her work is in private collections throughout the world. Janets work has been presented to the Duke of Edinburgh and official presentations have been made to Agricultural Ministers and Research Directors in China, Germany, Estonia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Kyrgystan. Much of her work was commissioned, although she exhibited in a number of galleries in London and Germany and in sculpture parks in the UK. Sadly Janet Macleod passed away in 2009.
Bronze Height 13 in. 2/12 £4200
Silver 2/12 Height 5.5 in. £850
Bronze 2/12 Height 9 in. £2550