Judith Christine Mills: Sculptor, Painter, Author & Illustrator

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EARLY DAYS : 

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"Quiltmaker" clay, acrylic, and fired ceramic tiles


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Regina figure - under construction (clay version)

The larger-than-lifesize sculpture "Regina" was first created in clay. After casting in fibreglass, the piece was handpainted in latex acrylic.

 

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Regina - installation week 1981


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Plaque reads : "REGINA" by Judith Christine Mills
To Commemorate the Opening of the Cornwall Centre August 19, 1981
 
A second plaque was added later, reading:  "The sculpture 'Regina' is a tribute to the tenacity and enduring spirit of the people of Saskatchewan. The three women with children represent the growth and future of the Canadian prairies. With a sense of pride in their past and expectation of their destiny in a new land, they symbolize the promise and vision of Canada's early settlers. Artist: Judith Christine Mills was born in Yorkshire, England in 1956 and emigrated to Canada as a young child. Medium: Polychromed Fibreglass Cast from Clay."




Judith Christine Mills

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