a Master's degree in Fine Arts from Catholic University, Sister
Margaret Beaudette, S.C. has been in the art field for more than
thirty years, teaching art and creating her own sculpture.
her works can be seen across the United States in hospitals, churches,
shrines and at institutions such as DePaul University. In addition,
she has works located in Lourdes, France, Canada, Bermuda, Haiti,
and South Korea.
style is uniquely her own, emphasizing traditional figurative work
with a clarity of line and form. No matter the figure sculpted,
Sister Margaret's work shows an incarnational spirituality - God's
love and compassion.
Margaret entered the Sisters of Charity of New York in 1947. For
seventeen years, she was an Associate Professor of Art at Elizabeth
Seton College in Yonkers.
has created several sculptures of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. In
1987, she left teaching to devote herself to full-time sculpturing
at DePaul Sculpture
Studio at Mount St. Vincent in the Bronx. For more information,
visit the DePaul
Sculpture Studio Virtual Tour.
Margaret creates mostly large sculptures of religious figures that
are cast into bronze, bonded bronze or fiberglass. In addition,
she completed a 9' St. Elizabeth Seton in granite in 1986.
shows the compassion of Christ in her figures, and renders them
in a style, though figurative, that has a universal appeal.
Margaret has been the recipient of the J. Dudley Diggs Award for
sculpture, and was a founding member and president of the Catholic
Artists of the 80s.
designer of over 55 major pieces of work in her distinguished career,
Sister Margaret continues to develop sculptures that show a humanness
and gentleness of spirit that speak of God's presence.
for Sister Margaret include pastors and administrators of the churches,
hospitals, and universities where her works are displayed, as well
as the Sisters of Charity of New York. Included on this Web site
are brief highlights of Sister Margaret's
Margaret works in clay and has her work cast into bronze, bonded
bronze or fiberglass.
Margaret is available for consultation and advice on sculpture projects.
Each piece is custom-made for the space available. Pricing is determined
by size and materials used. Contact Sister
Margaret for details.
Resume of Sister Margaret Beaudette
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