Gillie and Marc are a pair of Australian artists that not only collaborate on their art and sculptures but on their lives as well. The hybrid human/animal dog and rabbit sculptures represent themselves with Gillie being the rabbit and Marc being the dog. Whether dog or rabbit or other, all of Gillie and Marc’s sculptures are incredibly detailed, mixing just the right amount of traditional craftsmanship with whimsical portrayals.
Gillie and Marc Public Installations
Gillie and Marc met in Hong Kong? She was from England and he was from Australia – they married 7 days later and 20+ years later they are still going strong.
Whether dog, rabbit or other, all of Gillie and Marc’s sculptures are incredibly detailed, mixing just the right amount of traditional craftsmanship with whimsical portrayals.
Gillie and Marc’s sculptures portray their love of life, coffee, travel and sports.
Gillie and Marc also pay a lot of attention to the names of their creations. The above left installation is called Paparazzi Pack and the one on the right is called The Travellers Have Arrived.
Gillie and Marc BRONZE Sculptures
Gillie and Marc dog and rabbit sculptures are often paired with other animals.
Some of the bronze pieces have been subtly coloured.
Gillie and Marc are sports lovers and it shows in their art.
I love the name of the bronze above left. It is called “They Rocked the House Down”. The one on the right is called “They Zig Zagged Together”.
Which colour do you like the best?
Gillie and Marc Fibreglass Sculptures
These two are from the fibreglass Splash Pop series.
These are from the fibreglass XOXO series,
These two Gillie and Marc designs are from the Rainbow series.
Many of the fibreglass editions are available in a variety of solid colours.
Gillie and Marc Resin Sculptures
Pears and lollipops, how fun.
The Gillie and Marc resin sculptures have a real ethereal quality to them.
Whether portrayed in a solid colour, or adorned with butterflies, Gillie and Marc designs are both cute and clever.
Gillie and Marc Stainless Steel Sculptures
Gillie and Marc have just recently began experimenting with Stainless Steel.