Sculptor Elizabeth Miller McCue of Yardley works thematically, predominantly in unique bronze castings ranging in scale from gallery works to corporate, public and site-specific commissions.  In Elizabeth’s world, which is our own, inspiration is breathing in, expression breathing out. The breath of organic nature becomes the fluid then the stable bronze. In between, moments to contemplate, meanings to explore.  Life.


This “Life,” distilled in bronze, is featured in Breathtaking, a solo exhibition opening June 11 and continuing through July 31, 2016, at Sidetracks Gallery.  Co-owners Ricky Godinez and Paul Murphy are honored to host an Artist Reception Saturday evening, June 11, from 5 to 8 PM.


Breathtaking will feature two wall installations, In the Wind and Butterflies; pedestal bronzes Arms of the Night, Ball of Leaves, Cell of Myself and Shelter; along with the two large charcoal drawings, The Rivers Course, And the Mountains Shall Rise.


Included in over 30 corporate and private collections nationally, Elizabeth has completed 28 site-specific public art projects and corporate and private commissions, most recently in 2015, for the South Lobby of the Park Town Place Museum District Residences in Philadelphia and for the Sustainability Award of the Hotel Association of New York City presented to 7 winning hotels last November.  Installations can currently be viewed at the Sculpture Showcase in Old Lyme, CT; Tyler Sculpture Festival, Richboro, PA; Artists in Dialogue with Nature, Ridgely, MD; and Americana Twist, Governor’s Island, New York City. She currently serves as a Trustee of the Trenton Museum Society.