Gabrielle M. Horvath 2006
Figurative Bronze Sculptures

Sculptor Gabrielle M. Horvath was born in Hungary and fled to Canada with her mother during the 1956 revolution. Ms. Horvath’s education in art has spanned the last twenty five years in various parts of Canada and the United States. Her art education includes working with talented artists and teacher sculptor Attila Keszei in Toronto, the Art Student’s League, C.W. Post University in New York, and Scottsdale School of Art in Arizona. While living in N.Y. one of her private commissions was to create a bust of boxing great Jake LaMotta of “Raging Bull” fame. Mr. LaMotta was so impressed with Gabrielle’s work that he referred her to numerous other boxing “greats” such as Ken Norton, Archie Moore and more recently, Canadian hero, George Chuvalo. In the early 90’s Ms. Horvath’s interest in “lifecasting” combined with her sculpture abilities, brought about the figures she now works with today.
Horvath’s work has been exhibited at The Meisner Foundry, The Long Island Art League and at numerous solo and group shows in the Toronto area. Her work was also showcased in publications such as New York’s Distinction magazine and more recently the Toronto magazine, North of the City. She has appeared on Toronto Breakfast Television, and Hamilton network CHTV showcased her talent in front of a live audience.

All images are life size, multi layered bronze, poured by the artist. Copyrighted 2006 - Images may not be reproduced, without the consent of the artist.

Gabrielle Horvath