Locally, M. Faust Studios have accommodated large scale public, private, and commercial commissions by the French Market Corporation, The Mid-City Neighborhood Association, St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Marrero, LA, St. Andrew the Apostle Episcopal Church in Algiers, the American Can Company historic restoration in New Orleans, Café East in Metairie, Sake Café in Covington, LA, and Blue Plate Artist Lofts, an historic restoration in New Orleans. In addition to her large scale works, Madeleine also produces portrait sculpture and pet portrait urns for individual collectors.


Stacked Jacks, 2017, 12 ft. tall, powder coated and painted steel, City of Kenner, LA
Rain of Tara, 2012, 14 ft. tall fountain, painted steel, stainless steel, brass, bronze and chrome plate, Blue Plate Artist Lofts, New Orleans, LA
Second Line Sashay, 2009, 14 ft. tall x 6 ft. x 6 ft., painted steel, French Market Corporation, New Orleans, LA

“The fun part of sculpting is the engineering. That is what I like. For example, The Jax and the Ball piece had to be designed so that the internal structure could support the weight of the piece. And to me that’s fun.”

The Meridien Beads, 2016, 10 ft. tall water feature, polished stainless steel, Le Meridien Hotel, New Orleans, LA
Semi-Opaque Cityscape, 2012, 37 ft. long lawn feature, antique glass blocks and aluminum, Blue Plate Artist Lofts, New Orleans, LA
Memorial Tree, 2014, 13 ft. tall x 9 ft. wide, textured aluminum, The Unitarian Church, New Orleans, LA


Lucy, cast Hydrocal
Laughlin, cast and painted plaster
Simon, cast plaster
Gretl, life sized high fire ceramic
Cat portrait, painted, low fire clay





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