Ganly, Marcela

  • “Swing II” Bronze, Edition: 2/15, Dark brown highlighted patina, 11.8 x 13 x 5.5 (without mallet), The mallet screws into hand, Signed & Numbered
  • “Swing II” (Front view) Bronze, Edition: 2/15, Dark brown highlighted patina, 11.8 x 13 x 5.5 (without mallet), The mallet screws into hand, Signed & Numbered
  • “Taqueando” Bronze, Edition: 3/6 (Last one available of the edition), 13.8 x 20.5 x 6.3 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Taqueando” (Side view) Bronze, Edition: 3/6 (Last one available of the edition), 13.8 x 20.5 x 6.3 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Jugada” Bronze, Series of 6, 10 x 24 x 8 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Llegando al Disco” Bronze, Series of 10, 8.5 x 14.5 x 3 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “El Festejo” Bronze, Series of 15, 12 x 19 x 5.5 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “A Puro Galope” Lost wax bronze, Series of 10, 10.8 x 20.5 x 3.5 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Wild Itch” Lost wax bronze, Series of 10, 9.5 x 15 x 5 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Furioso” Direct wax bronze casting, One of a kind original wax casting, 15.7 x 24 x 15.7 inches, Signed
  • “Elefante Africano” Bronze, Series of 10, 10 x 18 x 7.5 inches, Signed
  • “Scratchy” Bronze, Direct wax casting, 9 x 18 x 5 inches, Signed
  • “Yegua y Potrillo” Bronze, Series of 10, 8 x 12 x 6 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Zad el Rakib” Bronze, Direct wax casting, 17 x 19 x 11 inches, Signed
  • “El Crack” Bronze, Series of 10, 10 x 18 x 3.5 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • “Con el Viento” Bronze, Direct wax casting, 13 x 16 x 6 inches, Signed

Argentine Contemporary

Those who feel a deep love for horses will identify with Marcela Ganly’s sculptures. Her bronze animals are alive, captured in their essence by the artist; who has grown up around horses, groomed them, trained them, and connected with them through years of mutual respect and affection.

Born in 1970 in San José, Costa Rica, Marcela first started in sculpture while studying in Connecticut, USA. Back in Buenos Aires – where she practices medicine – she perfected her technique in the lost wax method under the guidance of master Antonio Pujía. Her work is found in collections in Argentina, Australia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Mexico, United States, Canada, England, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates.

With dedication and absolute patience, Marcela Ganly creates each work of art starting with the original wax sculpture to the actual finishing of each bronze piece. Thus, once cast into bronze, these animals remain transfixed in their four elements: the air from their nostrils, the water from their body, the earth from their hooves, and the fire from their manes. Each sculpture captures what makes each horse unique and particular: its spirit, its movement, its temperament, and powerful vitality.