Gaelle Hintzy-Marcel is a French sculptor living in New York. For 25 years, she has nourished her art through various cultures and encounters while living in France, Indonesia, Russia, India, and now in the United States.

In 2016, she was awarded a prestigious ART STUDENT LEAGUE’s Award for her semi-abstract pewter sculpture, "Past-Present". Just now in 2023, she was honored to receive an Award from the NAWA (the first professional women’s art organization in the US, established in 1889) for her Resin & Steel Sculpture « Concentration ».

Her work is mainly figurative, using body lines and positions to express emotions and her understanding of life. Her main materials are pewter, steel, plaster, and bronze, and she definitely loves to experiment.


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