Art Brokerage: Donna Billick American Sculptor: A universal vocabulary runs through Donna Billick's work: a dynamic life-force referencing flora, fauna, water, and rocks, as well as the feminine as goddess figure. These archetypal images give her sculpture a unique spiritual resonance that is equally present in her life-size figures and in the expansive terrazzo floors she has created for several public commissions. However, she also draws from a deep understanding of life on an experiential level and her art, as spiritual practice, embodies that interconnectedness she feels with the "web of life". Throughout her career, Billick has studied and worked with some of the most important sculptors of recent times. While at the University of California, Davis, she studied with the likes of Robert Arneson and Manuel Neri and was among a generation of artists that included John Buck, Deborah Butterfield, Bob Brady, Tom Rippon, Richard Notkin, Robert Brady and others. The drive and determination that made her successful at school also led her to be one of the most important sculptors in the region. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.