Mary-Louise Browne is a sculptor of words. She works with wit to explore the metaphoric, material and visual qualities of language, with her conceptual purposes dictating her selection of medium. Her work contains a commentary on contemporary life, culture and politics.Read More
Browne graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from the Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland in 1982. Since then she has exhibited widely throughout New Zealand and overseas, is represented in both public and private collections, and has produced several major public art commissions including the monumental stone staircase Body to Soul (1996) in Wellington’s Botanical Gardens, and the granite bench work Byword (2007) which runs the length of Lorne Street, Auckland.