Marc Sijan

"Dancing Legs" Hyper Realistic Plaster Wall Sculpture, 1984



Plaster and Resin


Hyper realistic plaster sculpture of the bottom half of a woman's torso. The sculpture is titled and signed by the artist on the inside. The work is so detailed even down to her fingernails. The sculpture is mean to be hung on the wall.

Artist Biography

Marc Sijan is known for his Hyper Realistic sculptures. He is from Milwaukee and his work is found all over the world. Specificity cities of Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. His work focuses on the real human, he doesn't like to depict idealized beauty but instead, he creates works that highlight the different variations of people like elderly, obese, some weak, and some burly. His works are featured in galleries, and museums including, the Smithsonian Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Philadelphia Museum of Modern Art, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. He has had over 60 one-man museum exhibitions and his work is included in Senator Herb Kohl privet collection.


H 48 in. x W 18 in. x D 10.5 in.
"Dancing Legs" Hyper Realistic Plaster Wall Sculpture, 1984