Lisbeth Sabol creates sculptures in bronze and stone that reflect her love of nature and her fascination with the human figure.
Born in Washington, D.C., Lisbeth has lived in Italy near Florence, on the shores of the Hauraki Gulf in New Zealand, near Lake Tahoe at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, on the windward coast of Oahu, and in historic Annapolis, Maryland. Collected internationally, her work is in numerous collections throughout the United States, England, and New Zealand.
Lisbeth's work in public collections includes sculptures in Glacier National Park, Montana, and Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, and Quiet Waters Park, Maryland. Her marble sculpture at Rocky Mountain National Park is a detailed portrait of 14,255' Longs Peak she sculpted after climbing to the summit while Artist-in-Residence in the Park. Longs Peak is on permanent display at the Fall River Visitor Center in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Another sculpture on public display, The Waterbearers, is located in Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, Maryland. A 2004 article in The Washington Post featured The Waterbearers and an interview of Ms. Sabol.
While Sculptor-in-Residence at Mt Rushmore National Memorial, Lisbeth demonstrated stone-carving on site in 2000 and 2001. She was granted access to climb Mount Rushmore to study the colossal mountain-carving from atop George Washington's head.
In 2003, Lisbeth accepted an invitation to sculpt at the month-long Tareitanga International Sculpture Symposium in Wellington, New Zealand, an event that showcasing stone-carvers from around the world. She carved a figurative sculpture out of a 2-ton block of stone which was displayed as a public work on the waterfront in the New Zealand capital.
Lisbeth is a graduate of The College of William & Mary, holding degrees in Fine Arts and Biology.