Antoinette Schultze

Elliot, ME
Medium: stone
I have been carving since 1969. My sculptures have evolved from realistic to abstraction, with my philosophical focus and medium of expression remaining constant. In 2006 I was able to build a large studio behind my home. It is here that I strive to create forms that are visually beautiful and comfortable in the landscape, exhibiting strength along with the frailty that I see in existence.

I use the natural and eternal presentation that stone affects to carve abstract forms that reflect our common humanity and express the wonder and beauty that is of our world.
Remembrance, black granite