Janice Trimpe is probably best known for her large commissioned works,
most of which are in the public domain.
Two of her most prominent installations are the Ironworker Monument at the Mackinac Bridge
and the UAW Sit Down Strike Memorial in Flint, Michigan. These and eight additional monuments,
primarily located in southeastern Michigan, are predominantly figurative in nature and are found at
such public sites as municipal offices, the grounds of historic buildings, and downtown pedestrian malls.
Janice's career has spanned over three decades, with a wide variation in artistic endeavor. Her many works include portrait busts, porcelain doll heads, bas reliefs, and tabletop pieces found in galleries. Janice lives and works in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.
Discover more about Janice on her website: TrimpeSculpture.com