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Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Melbourne

Brenda May Gallery, Sydney

Oasis Gallery, Gold Coast

Miranda Galleries, Laguna Beach

Daniel Wenberg Gallery, Los Angeles

Del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles

Fremont Gallery, Los Angeles

Glendale City Gallery, Los Angeles

Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles

Altermann & Morris Gallery, Santa Fe

Expressions in Fine Art, Santa Fe

Karen Ruhler Gallery, Santa Fe

Henry Gallery, Seattle

Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle

MONA Gallery, Seattle

Museum of Ceramic Arts, Serbia

Internatioal Ceramic Studio, Hungary


Reaching for a Star - bronze

Canberra Women and Children's Hospital and Sarlight Children's Foundation

Pemulwuy - bronze, monumental bust Univrersity of Queensland

Awakening - bronze

Lang Walker private collection, Sydney

Reclining Dancer - bronze

Sheraton Hotel, Noosa Beach 

Blossoming - ceramic

Mysidora Salon, Brisbane

Ocean Surf - cold cast resin

Villareal Clinic, Los Angeles

Mother's Love - bronze, portrait

Lancer Skin Clinic, Beverly Hills

Alexis - bronze, portrait, Dr. Harold

Lancer private collection, Beverly Hills

Tenderness - cast stone

North Shore Private Hospital, Sydney

Aboriginal History Wall - relief

Sydney Olympics Committe

Mischievous - mixed media, 

Baja Beach Club Restaurant, Sydney

Wind - steel

Laguna Beach Hotel 

"Masha Marjanovich studied sculpture in Europe and the US. The classical influences took her into the realm of figurative expressionism. Masha deveolped a stylistic versatility, but her work always maintains her signature aesthetic of the sculptural form. She is a master of expressive movement, which makes her sculptures breathe with life.

Masha's early opus was themed on ancient mythology, and explored the ceramic medium. She won her first award from the Museum of Ceramic Arts in Yugoslavia. Shifting focus to contemporary themes, Masha worked in bronze, resin and cast stone. Following exhibitions in Los Angeles and Santa Fe, she was commissioned to create site-specific artwork for hotels, hospitals, corporate offices and private residences. Her sculptures grace public and private collections in the US, Europe and Australia. Her clients include Sheraton Hotels, Ramsay Hospitals, Sydney Olympics Committee, Laguna Beach Hotel, University of Queensland, Starlight Children's Foundation, and private collectors including Lang Walker, Dr. Harold Lancer and Dr. David Villareal.


Masha Marjanovich is best known for her monumental portrait of the Indigenous Australian hero, Pemulwuy.  This portrait sculpture has been accepted by the Indigenous community as well as by academic authorities as a valid depiction of this important figure in Australian history, and is featured in numerous publications, textbooks, documentaries and websites."

~ Angela Kline


Art Parks UK -

International Sculpture Centre

sculptures by

masha marjanovich

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