Joanne Sullivan has worked as a full time bronze sculptor since 1989. Today, Joanne has the ability to work in many mediums, bronze, glass and casting in stainless steel. She also has the ability work on miniatures all the way up to large scale monuments.
In recent years Joanne has been exploring crystal glass casting using a similar process of lost wax casting that pertains to bronze. Noted for the careful attention to detail, Joanne's sculptures have made their way into private collections as well as public works around the world.
A larger than life sized sculpture of race horse "Phar Lap” stands at Phar Lap Racetrack in Timaru, NZ, where Phar Lap was foaled. Joanne recently unveiled her bronze of Sir John Walker in Manurewa, Auckland.
“Balance", a life sized public sculpture of a rooster toppling a chair, takes pride of place in front of the library, in the Albany Village Center on New Zealand’s North Shore of Auckland.