Thursday, November 29, 2018

ABOUT THE ARTIST


Hilbert’s major work consists of sculpture for public space. As a classically trained artist, she also receives regular commission work in painting and drawing.
Of her many public and private commissions, some are permanent installations. “Talma”, a 7-foot bronze sculpture is installed in the public square of the Theatre of the Valley of L’Yerres, in Brunoy, France. A pair of 4-foot bronze relief sculptures entitled ”The Calling” are installed at the Georgetown University Medical School building in Washington DC.
Her artistic education began at the age of seven, when she was taught by her grandfather, the late artist, Jaro Hilbert. From him, she received a thorough education in the classical tradition.
She continued her formal studies at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts de Paris, France; at The Academy of Art of The Newington Cropsey Foundation, Hastings on Hudson, NY; and at The Art Students League of New York. She was awarded an Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant from the Art Students League of New York in 2002.

Toni Parker





Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Brothers in Loneliness - 2016

Brothers in Loneliness, D Train, NY
Oil on Canvas, 2016 
40 X 52 inches
Collection Elizabeth and Roland Dupuis

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

"PLACE du XXeme SIECLE" MONTPELLIER, FRANCE, 2009 (Proposal)









 These maquettes are part of a proposal for a public commission in Montpellier (South France)

France Hilbert (c)
Jaur├Ęs - Paris, 2009
Maquette
19 inches high ( 48 cm)

France Hilbert (c)
Lenine - Paris, 2009
Maquette
19 inches high (48
cm)



France Hilbert (c)
De Gaulle - Paris, 2009
Maquette

20 inches high (50 cm)


France Hilbert (c)
Roosevelt - Paris, 2009
Maquette
14 inches high ( 36 cm)




France Hilbert (c)
Churchill - Paris, 2009
Maquette
19 inches high (48 cm)

Thursday, November 15, 2018

"THE CALL" , WASHINGTON DC, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, 2003

France Hilbert (c)
The Call - Washington DC, 2003
Bronze
4 x 3 feet


France Hilbert (c)

The Call - Medical Building, Georgetown University (DC), 2003

Bronze
4 x 3 feet (each)