Judith Rolevink Sculpture

I [explore] the figure and head as a vehicle for story-telling and expression…

About Judith

Judith is a South Australian sculptor and ceramicist. Whilst her passion is in the field of sculpture she is also an accomplished oil painter. She is known for the complexity of her technique and her ability to communicate the essence of her subject to the viewer.

Judith has often explored religious themes through sculptural works. “Mary Mackillop and Children” was her first major public bronze sculpture and was unveiled in 2009 for the Adelaide Catholic Archdiocese. Her treatment of the bronze patina is one of the key features of this sculpture and adds great interest to the surface with touches of white, blue and gold. Another sculpture of Mary Mackillop was unveiled in 2012 at the Mary Mackillop Memorial Chapel in North Sydney. Her attention to historical accuracy is also important to Rolevink with a careful consideration shown in her treatment of clothing.