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    • Linda Brunker (b.1966) Untitled Bronze, 61 x 75cm (24 x 29½)
      Dec. 06, 2023

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) Untitled Bronze, 61 x 75cm (24 x 29½)

      Est: €4,000 - €6,000

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) Untitled Bronze, 61 x 75cm (24 x 29½)

      Adam's
    • Linda Brunker
      Dec. 06, 2023

      Linda Brunker

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Irish, b. 1966 Winter, 1996 Signed and dated LB 1996 on a leaf Bronze with light brown patina Height 33 1/4 inches (84.5 cm)

      Doyle New York
    • Linda Brunker
      Dec. 06, 2023

      Linda Brunker

      Est: $6,000 - $9,000

      Irish, b. 1966 Untitled (Standing Woman), 1995 Signed and dated LB 1995 near the bottom Bronze with greenish brown patina Height 70 inches (177.8 cm)

      Doyle New York
    • Gaia's Garden Head
      Nov. 22, 2023

      Gaia's Garden Head

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      Linda Brunker b. 1966 Gaia's Garden Head polychromed bronze 53 by 25 by 25cm.; 21 by 10 by 10in. Executed in 2008, the present work is number 4 from an edition of 20.

      Sotheby's
    • Linda Brunker (b.1966) HEALING TREE
      Sep. 26, 2022

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) HEALING TREE

      Est: €5,000 - €7,000

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) HEALING TREE bronze; (no. 6 from an edition of 8) signed with initials and numbered at base h:20.50  w:11.50 d:9.50 in. Provenance: Whyte's, 21 February 2006, lot 182; Private collection Born in Dublin in 1966, Linda Brunker studied sculpture at NCAD and graduated in 1988. Brunker has received many high profile commissions which include public sculptures for the OPW, RTE, Irish Life Assurances, Jurys Doyle Hotels, Department of Education, Radisson St. Helen’s Hotel, Meath County Council and Athy Urban District Council among others. Her profile has been raised further in recent years with successful exhibitions throughout Ireland, and in New York and California.

      Whyte's
    • Linda Brunker (b.1966) FLOW, 1995.
      May. 29, 2017

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) FLOW, 1995.

      Est: €10,000 - €15,000

      signed with intials, dated and numbered

      Whyte's
    • Linda Brunker b.1966 FACE Bronze 10½" high
      Oct. 03, 2011

      Linda Brunker b.1966 FACE Bronze 10½" high

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      Linda Brunker b.1966 FACE Bronze 10½" high (26.75cm), signed with initials, ed. 2/9.

      deVeres
    • § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,
      Sep. 24, 2009

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966, 'Siren', titled, signed and dated 1997, bronze, 11.25" high, PROVENANCE: Bought directly from the artist. Linda Brunker was born in Dublin in 1966. She studied at the National College of Art & Design between 1983-1988. She has done several large commissions including 'The People's Counsil', City Hall, Laguna Beach 2006, 'Signal', commissioned by RTE in Dublin 1996 and many others. Her works are in various collections worldwide and she has had many solo and group exhibitions. She emigrated to the USA in 2005. At an early point in her career she began to develop what she terms an 'open filigree' technique of casting in bronze, a practice which has set apart her style and which challenges the traditional concept of bronze figurative sculpture. Her sculptures are typically based on the human form and have a strong spiritual and ecological quality. Natural elements such as leaves, feathers or starfish feature in abundance in her work and are intricately woven together to give shape to elegant figures which are later cast in bronze. The first version of foliose is in the Allied Irish Bank collection. Her work has been in such demand in North America, that in 2007 she opened her own gallery in Los Angeles where her sculpture and drawings form part of an ongoing exhibition. See www.lindabrunker.com

      Ewbank's
    • § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,
      Sep. 24, 2009

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966, 'Resting Oak Dryad', signed with initials and marked 3/9, bronze, 9.5" high not including square marble base, PROVENANCE: Bought directly from the artist. Linda Brunker was born in Dublin in 1966. She studied at the National College of Art & Design between 1983-1988. She has done several large commissions including 'The People's Counsil', City Hall, Laguna Beach 2006, 'Signal', commissioned by RTE in Dublin 1996 and many others. Her works are in various collections worldwide and she has had many solo and group exhibitions. She emigrated to the USA in 2005. At an early point in her career she began to develop what she terms an 'open filigree' technique of casting in bronze, a practice which has set apart her style and which challenges the traditional concept of bronze figurative sculpture. Her sculptures are typically based on the human form and have a strong spiritual and ecological quality. Natural elements such as leaves, feathers or starfish feature in abundance in her work and are intricately woven together to give shape to elegant figures which are later cast in bronze. The first version of foliose is in the Allied Irish Bank collection. Her work has been in such demand in North America, that in 2007 she opened her own gallery in Los Angeles where her sculpture and drawings form part of an ongoing exhibition. See www.lindabrunker.com

      Ewbank's
    • § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,
      Sep. 24, 2009

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966, 'A Wave Forming', signed with initials and dated 1996, bronze, marked AP/1, 12" high not including oval marble base, PROVENANCE: Bought directly from the artist. Linda Brunker was born in Dublin in 1966. She studied at the National College of Art & Design between 1983-1988. She has done several large commissions including 'The People's Counsil', City Hall, Laguna Beach 2006, 'Signal', commissioned by RTE in Dublin 1996 and many others. Her works are in various collections worldwide and she has had many solo and group exhibitions. She emigrated to the USA in 2005. At an early point in her career she began to develop what she terms an 'open filigree' technique of casting in bronze, a practice which has set apart her style and which challenges the traditional concept of bronze figurative sculpture. Her sculptures are typically based on the human form and have a strong spiritual and ecological quality. Natural elements such as leaves, feathers or starfish feature in abundance in her work and are intricately woven together to give shape to elegant figures which are later cast in bronze. The first version of foliose is in the Allied Irish Bank collection. Her work has been in such demand in North America, that in 2007 she opened her own gallery in Los Angeles where her sculpture and drawings form part of an ongoing exhibition. See www.lindabrunker.com

      Ewbank's
    • § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,
      Sep. 24, 2009

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966, 'Homeward', signed with initials and numbered 4/9, bronze, 12" high, not including square marble base, PROVENANCE: Bought directly from the artist. Linda Brunker was born in Dublin in 1966. She studied at the National College of Art & Design between 1983-1988. She has done several large commissions including 'The People's Counsil', City Hall, Laguna Beach 2006, 'Signal', commissioned by RTE in Dublin 1996 and many others. Her works are in various collections worldwide and she has had many solo and group exhibitions. She emigrated to the USA in 2005. At an early point in her career she began to develop what she terms an 'open filigree' technique of casting in bronze, a practice which has set apart her style and which challenges the traditional concept of bronze figurative sculpture. Her sculptures are typically based on the human form and have a strong spiritual and ecological quality. Natural elements such as leaves, feathers or starfish feature in abundance in her work and are intricately woven together to give shape to elegant figures which are later cast in bronze. The first version of foliose is in the Allied Irish Bank collection. Her work has been in such demand in North America, that in 2007 she opened her own gallery in Los Angeles where her sculpture and drawings form part of an ongoing exhibition. See www.lindabrunker.com

      Ewbank's
    • § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,
      Sep. 24, 2009

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966,

      Est: £8,000 - £12,000

      § Linda Brunker, Irish b. 1966, 'Oak', bronze, figure with foliage, PROVENANCE: Bought directly from the artist. This was the FIRST piece Linda Brunker made in this open filigree style and got great reviews when shown in 'Sculpture in Context' exhibition in Fernhill Gardens in 1988 - the year Linda graduated from NCAD. It is simply titled 'OAK'. There were two subsequent pieces called 'Foliose'. One is in the AIB collection. Created to be displayed in a garden setting. This is a key piece which launched Linda Brunker's career. A review at the time read: In this context I will finish with one of last year's sculpture graduates from the National College of Art and Design, a young girl called Linda Brunker whose poetic bronze figures made of bronze oak leaves astonish not only the foundries where she does her innovative casting, but also the public who rush to buy her work. Her concerns are based on landscape and nature, and her figures, when shown in the romantic woodland gardens of Fernhill at the foot of the Dublin mountains, seem to take form from the leafy undergrowth. Seamus Heany asks in a recent poem 'How habitable is the perfect form?' The perfect form is habitable when the underlying idea, the artist's intention, and the medium used to express that intention and idea, coalesce so closely and with such crucial balance that an ardent energy is released, breathing life into inert matter.'' 'Bronze By Gold - The Work Of Irish Women Sculptors', Dorothy Walker, Irish Arts Review 1989/90 Linda Brunker was born in Dublin in 1966. She studied at the National College of Art & Design between 1983-1988. She has done several large commissions including 'The People's Counsil', City Hall, Laguna Beach 2006, 'Signal', commissioned by RTE in Dublin 1996 and many others. Her works are in various collections worldwide and she has had many solo and group exhibitions. She emigrated to the USA in 2005. At an early point in her career she began to develop what she terms an 'open filigree' technique of casting in bronze, a practice which has set apart her style and which challenges the traditional concept of bronze figurative sculpture. Her sculptures are typically based on the human form and have a strong spiritual and ecological quality. Natural elements such as leaves, feathers or starfish feature in abundance in her work and are intricately woven together to give shape to elegant figures which are later cast in bronze. The first version of foliose is in the Allied Irish Bank collection. Her work has been in such demand in North America, that in 2007 she opened her own gallery in Los Angeles where her sculpture and drawings form part of an ongoing exhibition. See www.lindabrunker.com h:13 w:40 d:21 in.

      Ewbank's
    • Linda Brunker (b.1966) FLOW STUDY, 1996 signed,
      May. 18, 2009

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) FLOW STUDY, 1996 signed,

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) FLOW STUDY, 1996 signed, dated and numbered at the base bronze with green patina on black granite base (no. 6 from an edition of 9) 30 by 15cm., 12 by 6in. Flow Study is a maquette for a larger bronze, Flow, (15 by 22 by 11"), edition of 5. This larger work can be found in various locations internationally including a private medical clinic in New York. Edition no. 1 of this edition of 9 study was exhibited at, 'Recent Sculpture by Linda Brunker', Solomon Gallery, Dublin, 4 to 27 November, 1996. Aidan Dunne commented on Brunker's work from this period saying, "...In Linda Brunker's elegant sculptures, masses of natural forms, from leaves to starfish, bear the imprint of human, usually female, heads and bodies. They are emblematic of the structural patterns that connect not just living things but all forms on all scales, from microscopic to cosmic. The work is technically impeccable and often ingenious..." Critics Choice, The Tribune Magazine, 10th November, 1996.

      Whyte's
    • Linda Brunker (b.1966) FOLIOSE 2 bronze with a
      Mar. 02, 2009

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) FOLIOSE 2 bronze with a

      Est: €12,000 - €15,000

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) FOLIOSE 2 bronze with a green patina; unique 34 by 103 by 48cm., 13.4 by 40.6 by 18.9in> In 1988 Brunker graduated from NCAD and in the same year participated in the 'GPA Aviation Emerging Artists Exhibition' by invitation from renowned Irish art critic and former vice president of The International Art Critics Assoc., Dorothy Walker. It was at this early point in her career that Brunker had begun to develop what she terms an 'open filigree' technique of casting in bronze, a practice which has set apart her style and which challenges the traditional concept of bronze figurative sculpture. Her sculptures are typically based on the human form and have a strong spiritual and ecological quality. Natural elements such as leaves, feathers or starfish feature in abundance in her work and are intricately woven together to give shape to elegant figures which are later cast in bronze> Foliose 2 is a unique piece but was the second version of 'Foliose' made in order to improve on this 'open filigree' technique; the first version is in the AIB collection. Dorothy Walker, once wrote of Brunker's work; "...the underlying idea, the artist's intention and the medium used to express that intention and idea, coalesce so closely and with such crucial balance that an ardent energy is released, breathing life into inert matter". Foliose 2 embodies this statement and is a most significant work representative of the artist's oeuvre. Linda Brunker's work has been in such demand in North America, that in 2007 she opened her own gallery in Los Angeles where her sculpture and drawings form part of an ongoing exhibition. With thanks to the artist for her help in cataloguing this work> Walker, Dorothy, Bronze by Gold, The work of Irish Women Sculptors', Irish Arts Review Yearbook, 1989/90, vol. 6., p. 207-13

      Whyte's
    • Linda Brunker (b.1966) CLIABHAN (CRADLE), 2005
      Sep. 29, 2008

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) CLIABHAN (CRADLE), 2005

      Est: €5,000 - €7,000

      Linda Brunker (b.1966) CLIABHAN (CRADLE), 2005 signed with initials, dated and numbered at base bronze (one of three artist's proofs) 45 by 23cm., 17.75 by 9in. All proceeds from the sale of this lot are to be donated to Pact, an independent Irish charity founded in 1952 offering support and counselling for unexpected pregnancy, adoption, information and tracing. In 2004 Pact adopted a beech woodland in East Tymon Park, south Co. Dublin, regenerating the area to mark fifty years of their organisation. They commissioned Linda Brunker to create a bronze sculpture for the park. The present piece is a maquette for that commission.

      Whyte's
    • HEALING TREE Linda Brunker (b.1966) Signature: signed with initials and numbered at base Medium: bronze (6 from an edition of 8) Measure: 52 by
      Feb. 21, 2006

      HEALING TREE Linda Brunker (b.1966) Signature: signed with initials and numbered at base Medium: bronze (6 from an edition of 8) Measure: 52 by

      Est: €3,500 - €4,500

      HEALING TREE Linda Brunker (b.1966) Signature: signed with initials and numbered at base Medium: bronze (6 from an edition of 8) Measure: 52 by 0cm., 20.5 by in. Provenance: Exhibited: Literature: Born in Dublin in 1966, Linda Brunker studied sculpture at NCAD and graduated in 1988. Now based in Los Angeles, Brunker has received many high profile commissions which include public sculptures for the OPW, RTE, Irish Life Assurances, Jurys Doyle Hotels, Department of Education, Radisson St. Helen's Hotel, Meath County Council and Athy Urban District Council among others. Her profile has been raised further in recent years with successful exhibitions throughout Ireland, and in New York and California.

      Whyte's
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