Sculpted Realities


Capturing Movement

Explore the grace of dance embodied in bronze sculptures. Jule Rotenberg, renowned for her dance-inspired art, brings her award-winning vision to life.
Each sculpture is a testament to Rotenberg's expertise as both artist and modern dancer.


I was exposed to concert dance and modern dance choreographers like Twyla Tharp and Paul Taylor, and I had the singular opportunity to study dance with the Martha Graham dancers and meet the iconic choreographer in person. The grace and power exuded by these dancers and the poetic symbolism embodied in their teaching has stayed with me throughout my career and continues to inspire me.


First learning to sculpt with clay, I then found that working in wax suits me better. Within the figurative style, I love to see the texture it brings. I cast in bronze because it allows me to play with balance and for its lasting endurance.

"Her sculptures capture just that instant when the dancers seem about to break free."
~ American Art Collector Magazine


In 2009,  I had the special opportunity to exhibit my bronze figurative sculptures along side the stunning color photographs of world-renown underwater photographer Christy Lee Rogers.  I enjoy collaborating with other artists in creating visual experiences. Our two respective art forms and figurative subject matter complemented each other beautifully.