Jillian Holland pushes the limits of what is possible. She dives into her ideas creating works that are new in form and process without reservation. Her precision of technique has acquired her multiple opportunities to create on a monumental level for generations. Jillian received her Bachelors of Fine Art in sculpture, from the Katherine J Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University.
Jillian’s pieces capture a single brief moment. The fragile moments were contemplation exists. Her work explores the movement in a composition of a song, the growth of a petal, or simply the longing in an expression. As a local artist, her personal studio resides in Round Hill, VA.
Her portfolio has a range of notation from the beginning sketch, to paint, model, mold, weld, cast, and patina metal sculpture. Her ability to define detail at a microscopic level in large works has landed, Jillian, name recognition within the art community working for the City of Richmond, the City of Va Beach, and for multiple museums on their public collections.
She has been blessed with the opportunity to install, weld, maintain and restore monumental bronze sculptures such as ‘King Neptune’, & his Miniatures, ‘VA Beach Police Memorial’, ‘Jimmy Dean’, all by Paul DiPasquale/ ‘Lioness’, by Charles Valton,/ ‘Bronco Buster’, by Fredrick Remington/ ‘Mr. Smedley’ by James Witt/ . ect. Her latest restoration of a 7 foot Bronze model of “Neptune” recently just unveiled at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA this Oct of 2018.
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