Cathy Weiszmann

Sydney sculptor Cathy Weiszmann is nationally recognised for her powerful and poignant figurative sculptures, depicting both human and animal forms. Weiszmann studied at the National Art School Sydney, and it was during these formative years that she discovered a love and a natural ability for modelling in wax; the art of creating form by the additive process as opposed to the reductive process of carving or creating a definitive mould. Cathy Weiszmann has been casting bronze for more than twenty years. Her affinity for and mastery of this process is apparent in her single figure sculptures that communicate striking diversity of both form and sentiment when viewed from different angles. Dynamic and beautifully observed anatomical contours convey much about the artist’s human and horse subjects alike – strength, fragility and genuine individuality emanating from every limb.




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Graeme Drendel, Cathy Weiszmann and Christine Wrest-Smith – The Naked & Nude Art Prize 2021 Finalists

Image above: Christine Wrest-Smith  Strength and Presence Congratulations to Graeme Drendel, Cathy Weiszmann and Christine Wrest-Smith for being selected as …

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Martin King – Finalist in the 2021 Grace Cossington Smith Art Award

Image above: Martin King  Hoodwinks and lyres, the moment  2019  graphite and watercolour on drafting film and paper  110 x …

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August Carpenter – Artist Profile Feature

Image above: August Carpenter  The Actions of Storms; sleep movements  2021  monotype on 250gsm Velin Arches paper  120 x 80 …

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