Jean Doyle is our local internationally acclaimed bronze sculptor who is known for her lovely bronze sculptures of beautiful ladies with the fuller figure. At her home in Wynberg she has a vast array of bronze statues of ladies dancing, sun bathing and working. Ladies celebrating their body shapes in their daily lives.
While you are touring around the Cape you are likely to some of Jean Doyle’s commissions. A stop in Simon’s Town to learn about the legend of Just Nuisance, the great dane who assisted the sailors during World War II.
While visiting Franschhoek in the our wine region, take a pause at Drakenstein prison where Nelson Mandela was released from Prison, February 11, 1990. Tokyo Sexale commissioned Jean Doyle to make the magnificent bronze sculpture to depict the day of his release as a gift for Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday.
Jean Doyle also has the statue as part of her exhibition at her home in Wynberg
Jean Doyle started her career as a painter before turning to the medium of metal and has been a sculptor for 30 years. All of her work can be seen easily by making a quick phone call or sending an email for an appointment at her home in Wynberg which is around 20 minutes drive from Cape Town or close to the Constantia wine region.
Tel 021 761 5081 or email@example.com