small terracotta seated figure with photo of trapeze artist behind

The Thinker

I like putting my sculpture maquettes into different scenarios. Using photographs or in combination with other sculptures, the juxtaposition leads into the possibility of a narrative.

photo of artist studio with clay sculpture of walking female figure

Walking Figure Maquette

This walking figure maquette is one of my new sculptures. I’ve been working on my idea of using the body as a metaphor that expresses the negative impacts of consumerism. …

clay sculpture of kneeling figure on stand in artist studio

Kneeling figure

I’ve been experimenting with simplifying the volumes of the body. This kneeling figure shows a powerful form. I’ve taken liberties with the anatomy to focus on projecting an emotionally charged …

Fast Girls Get There First

Kim Kennedy Austin Wil Aballe Art Projects, (WAAP), 688 E. Hastings Street When I first went to look for the gallery, I couldn’t find it. Entering off the street, I …

sculpture exhibit of large cat sculpture in painted fiberglass

Arts Alive Oak Bay Sculpture Exhibit

The sculpture exhibit, Arts Alive, is an annual event hosted by the municipality of Oak Bay. The jury selected my cat-person sculpture, titled Meditation, for the 2016-2017 exhibition. This annual …

Beverley-Cressey-Whiterock-Livingroom

Custom Residential Art

Insight Design Group of Vancouver commissioned me to create a 40×40 inch custom canvas to hang over the fireplace in the Beverley Display Home. The Beverley is a new project …

ellen scobie digital collage printmaking featured in British Vogue, March 2016

As Seen in Vogue

(26) Ellen Scobie is a multi-disciplinary artist whose process unites the traditional art forms of photography, printmaking and painting. Her figurative sculpture draws from the history of the world’s imagination …

Female Torso

Majestic female torso maquette. I would love to see this a monumental size – maybe 12 feet high.

sculptor ellen scobie works on marble bear sculpture in china

Sculpture Trip to China

I’m back from my very memorable sculpture trip to China. For the first week, I was working with my Vancouver Sculpture Studio partner, Geemon Xin Meng, at a workshop in Quyang, …