Janice Mauro, fellow member of the National Sculpture Society and Silvermine Guild Member, teaches at Silvermine School of Art, New Canaan, CT. Her work has been reviewed by Vivian Raynor of the New York Times, The Brooklyn Eagle, and Go Brooklyn. She has designed, carved and modeled various puppets for Julie Taymor’s The Lion King.
She was the studio assistant to Richard McDermott Miller in NYC. She was a Coker Master Sculptor Resident at the Carroll A. Campbell JR. Center at Brookgreen Gardens.
She created the 2019 Brookgreen Medal which resides in the collection of the British Museum, London, the Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C., the ANS, the NSS, and Brookgreen Gardens, SC.
Public works includes a war memorial of Sargent Homer Lee Wise in Veterans park, Stamford, CT., a bronze figurative fountain installed in the collection of Brookgreen Gardens, the Silvermine Sculpture Walk in New Canaan, CT, and The Sculpture for Leonia Project, Leonia, NJ.