sculptureI love the  work of Ledelle Moe. She creates monumental sculptures of great beauty and emotion. Theses sculptures reflect her experiences in South Africa, the violence of apartheid, and Moe’s deep humanity. Above, one sees a concrete woman,who reclines or collapses on the ground . Learn more about these works at Ledelle Moe’s website Ledelle Moe  and see her give a recorded talk at this website …Video of Ledelle Moe
An except from the BU Press.
“Ledelle Moe is a professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She studied sculpture at the Technikon Natal in Durban, South Africa and was one of the founding members of the FLAT Gallery, an artist initiative and alternative space in Durban. A travel grant in 1994 brought her to the United States, where in 1996 she earned an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. Moe has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally. In 2002 she received a Joan Mitchell Award, allowing her to work on new sculptures and travel to South Africa, which she does annually. “

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