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J. Anne Butler (b. 20th. C.)  Artworks >>

From Great Britain, J. Anne Butler established a career as a self-taught sculptor and ceramist of figures, portraits and animals in a realist style. Among her subjects are nude female figures, torsos, mermaids and allegorical figures, and horse with riders. Her mediums include porcelain and bronze, and for some years her career filling commissions involved much travel between England and the United States. She was a senior sculptor for an international porcelain company and also did commission work for Walt Disney. In London, she created a 9-foot high figure of the Lord Mayor of London for the annual Lord Mayor's Procession. Her work is in the collection of the Royal Family of England, the Arabian Horse Society of Great Britain, and the Norwegian Arabian Horse Association. In 1993, J. Anne Butler left the corporate world to focus on mail order sales of her ceramic sculptures and her equine works. She also has done much volunteer work including Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Polio Plus Campaign of Rotary International, and the Calvert Trust Riding for the Disabled. In 2001, she and her husband, Ray, settled in Cave Creek, Arizona, north of Scottsdale. Source

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