Mary Ellen Farrow Canadian

“I work almost exclusively in stone using broad, rounded, rhythmic lines that conform to the natural character of the stones. My goal is to produce work that is tactile, shows movement and emotion, but demands reaction. The work should speak for itself without explanation or title, but be able to be interpreted by individuals in their own way."

Mary Ellen Farrow works primarily with limestone, marble, alabaster or soapstone and create sculptures of all sizes, from miniature to monumental.
Her designs incorporate broad, round, rhythmic lines to produce sculpture that is tactile, shows movement and emotion, but demands reaction.
Much of Farrow's work is humorous in nature but some begs quiet contemplation and is meant to be interpreted by the viewer in their own way.

Her has been commissioned both publicly and privately. It has been presented as awards and corporate gifts as well as enhancing the décor of private homes and gardens both at home and abroad.
Public commissions can be seen at Brampton City Hall, Brampton Centennial School, Frank McKechnie Library in Mississauga and Haliburton Sculpture Forest.

She studied sculpture at Ontario College of Art, Sheridan College and Haliburton School of Fine Arts. It is a pleasure to have served as Vice President of the Ontario Society of Artists and as an executive member of the Sculpture Society of Canada.