Ann Clifford, Sculpture in Bronze, Clay, and Woven Wire

Preferred Media: Sculpture in Bronze, Clay, and Woven Wire


Ann Clifford OCAD / CYW - Recipient of the Dufferin Arts Council, Reed-Cooper Award and The Blue Mountain Foundation of the Arts, Robert G. Kemp Award, Ann Clifford’s accomplishments in the world of sculpture are expansive. She has created artwork for collectors and homeowners, equine organizations, the corporate world, government and tourism. She has done many commissions, including traditional figurative work and expressionist animal sculptures in bronze and clay, as well as large-scale woven metal sculptures. Ann’s work is in art collections internationally.

Clifford is also a veteran Child and Youth Worker with extensive involvement in social service agencies, elementary and secondary schools and Children’s Mental Health Centres. She is currently an Arts Educator at Pine River Institute, a residential treatment program for teenagers struggling with addiction and high-risk behaviour. Her Experiential Arts sessions provide relationship building and empowerment through visual art making for individuals and groups. Collaborative projects and workshops are offered to young people, parents, teachers, and front-line workers in the health and public services sector “The Mask Project - Therapeutic Expression” is an ongoing community art project and travelling exhibition. For more information please go to

Picture Gallery

  • EQUUS detail
  • Dancers Arm – Woven Metal
  • Broken Chain – Woven Metal
  • Euphoria – Woven Metal
  • Trotter – Woven Metal
  • In Flight – Wall Sculpture
  • Jumper – Bronze Equine Edition
  • Anne Clifford