About Binna Green

Binna Green began her art career during the 1970’s while living in Southern Italy. During that period she created work in carved stone and in cast bronze with emphasis on abstract form in the spirit of Brancusi, Moore and Hepworth. It was well received and sold through the Alwin Gallery in London.

Since returning to the States she has been working in Clay, concentrating on the development of a series of female and animal figures and, recently, a group celebrating the Omo Valley tribes of Ethiopia. Her primary emphasis is always composition and clearly defined form.

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  • animals Animals

    During the past couple of years, the animals I have chosen to sculpt are usually rhinoceros...

  • goddesses Goddesses

    What I am trying to achieve with the Goddesses is the feeling of the essence of femininity...

  • masks Masks

    The masks are influenced by the French cave paintings which date back 30,000...

  • omo tribesman Omo Tribe

    I recently discovered the existence of the Omo Valley Tribes of Southern Ethiopia...