On Friday 5 June we will celebrate the collaboration between sculptor Linda Klarfeld and the TPCCA dancers. Klarfeld is based in Artarmon and has been gaining inspiration from TPCCA’s young dancers for the past ten years, both for her ballet sculptures her large scale work in bronze.  ballet

“Ballet dancers make the best models,” said Klarfeld. “Every movement they make is elegant. They are strong and flexible and they can hold a pose for hours.”

Nicole Sharp, Director of TPCCA, is a former sculptor who understands the creative process and thoroughly enjoys working with Klarfeld. “I am a huge fan of Linda’s work. It is not easy to capture the qualities of a dancer in bronze – the grace, the aesthetic lines, the correct poses and qualities. Linda does this extremely well.”

A formal unveiling of Linda’s ballet sculptures in the window of Tanya Pearson Classical Coaching Academy’s new Studio at 87 Chandos St, will take place on Friday 5 June at 6pm by Lucinda Dunn OAM. Join us for the unveiling, celebration drinks and presentation by the TPCCA dancers. Linda Klarfeld’s sculptures will remain on display at 87 Chandos Street throughout the month of June.

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