News from Jenny

‘Let’s Dance’

‘Let’s Dance’


Please join us at the opening of Jenny Green’s latest sculpture exhibition on Thursday 3 March at traffic jam galleries, Neutral Bay

Jenny Green joins NAS Board






Jenny Green is honoured  to be appointed the Board of Directors of the National Art School.
Not only is NAS Australia’s oldest, most prestigious visual arts institute, with origins tracing back to 1843, but it’s also Jenny’s alma mater.


Sculptures at the Four Seasons Hotel

You can now see Jenny Green’s sculptures at the Four Seasons Hotel, George St, Sydney.


























Verdure in Tardis

Dr Who has landed in Civic Park, North Sydney!
Jenny Green’s ‘Verdure 2′ is the first sculpture to be installed at North Sydney Council’s  new Indoor/Outdoor Plinth.
On display until 30 April, 2015 at Civic Park, 200 Miller St, North Sydney


Verdure-in-Tardis-webVerdure 2









Verdure 2
Painted steel, 88x55x40cm


March Madness – ‘Sun & Moon’ show + North Sydney Art Prize

Here’s a sneak preview of one of the works for my solo show, ‘Sun & Moon’. The exhibition  will run from 5-26 March, 2015 at traffic jam galleries, Neutral Bay.  There will be a selection of bronze and steel works for both indoors and outside.

Moon Kiss‘Moon Kiss’, bronze & stainless steel


Also in March, my sculpture ‘The Sentinel’ is a finalist in the North Sydney Art Prize (7-22 March, 2015 at the Coal Loader, Waverton)

The Sentinel“The Sentinel’, painted aluminium


‘Beautopia’ celebrates Spring

‘Beautopia’ has a spring in its step… The pink stilettos are now installed at St Ives Village shopping centre (Mona Vale Rd, St Ives) to herald Spring and new season fashions.

As well, Jenny has a mini exhibition of smaller works.  Runs until end of October.

St Ives

‘Solitude’ unveiled in Double Bay

Despite the rain, the spirits were buoyant in Guilfoyle Park, Double Bay when Woollahra launched its Public Art trust with the unveiling of Jenny Green’s sculpture ‘Solitude’.

Speaking at the launch were Deborah Thomas (Woollahra Councillor and chair of the Trust), David Gonski (Company director, Chancellor of UNSW & Trustee of the Public Art Trust), Toni Zeltzert (Mayor of Woollahra)  and Jenny Green.

Like much of her work, ‘Solitude’ has its origins in the figure.  “My concept here was to reflect on inner peace and tranquility….  freedom from distraction … and a time for oneself”, Jenny said. “Now standing tall here amongst the trees, I hope the work encourages visitors to Guilfoyle  park to take a moment to contemplate and to dream.”

Jenny Green - unveiling of Solitude

From left to right Edmund Capon, Deborah Thomas, Jenny Green and David Gonski


Jenny Green’s ‘Solitude’ now installed in Double Bay.

I’m excited to announce that ‘Solitude’ is now installed in Guilfoyle Park at  Double  Bay.

Weighing nearly 200kg and 2.5m tall, I needed a crane and several helpers to install the work.

The sculpture is now permanently in the park as part of the Woollahra Public Art Trust.

Solitude by Jenny Green

Solitude by Jenny Green

‘Go Figure’ 12 Sept – 3 October, 2013

Please join Jenny at the opening of  ‘Go Figure’ on Thursday 12 September, 6-8pm at traffic jam galleries, 41 Military Rd, Neutral Bay.

The exhibition continues to 3 October, 2013

In ‘Go Figure’, Jenny explores figures, flora and fantasy using steel, bronze and resin.  Welcome to a world where nymphs and naiads wander; a time where the earth begins to bloom.  Jenny says “I collect discarded steel, transform it, give it new life…. in much the way that plants can appear seemingly by magic on a bare rock”.

Although her work is industrial, it is light and breezy.  Her intent to capture a moment, a movement, a feeling is reflected in the tension between space and material.

Check out ‘Solitude’, 2.5metres tall and weighing 200kg, being transported to the gallery for the show



‘Tread Lightly’ in HarbourSculpture

Check out Jenny’s sculpture ‘Tread Lightly’ in HarbourSculpture, Clarkes Point & Deckhouse, Hunters Hill.

Jenny says of the work – “We keeping talking about our carbon footprint … let’s do something … tread lightly now!”

The exhibition runs 9-20 August.


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