Taline
Daydreamer
Reveuse
(2013)
Bronze - Edition 1 of 10
7" X 9 1/2"
Endless knitting
Tricoter sans fin
(2013)
Bronze - Edition 1 of 10
11 1/8" X 13 7/8"
Freeas a flower
Libre comme une fleur
(2012)
Bronze - Edition 1 of 10
9" X 17"
Tired of skipping
Fatiguee de sauter
(2012)
Bronze - Edition 1 of 10
9" X 10"
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Taline was born in Lebanon and moved to Canada in the early 1980s. From an early age, she has always had an interest in art. What started as a part-time hobby has
turned into a pursuit of continuous improvements of sculpting techniques and designs. She is self-taught and has pursued some courses with renowned Toronto artists.

Art is a way of expressing human solutions, emotions and imaginations. I have chosen sculpting as a means of expressing myself. My work, which is the result of my inner
world, is inspired by meaningful events in my life, as seen through my eyes.

I have tried to represent nature, as well as life’s beauty, peace, brilliance and joy. I have expressed all of these positive feelings through the faces and the physical
expressions of my sculptures, in order to show the perfect harmony between nature and life.

Each bronze sculpture immortalizes a life event. I have tried to see it through the eyes of the art lover to open his or her imagination so that he or she can find a piece of
himself/herself in each of my sculptures. As a first impression, you’ll notice that my sculptures have a common theme. They all show life’s positive aspects. However, a
closer look reveals that each sculpture is a story by itself. I hope they will be your magical journey and that you’ll find a piece of yourself in each sculpture.