This loving bronze couple sits delicately on a shelf or rock (a simple base of New Mexico travertine is included, or I am sure you can find a pretty rock on your next romantic walk). As they are not mounted, they can be moved around and you could use anything as a base or seat for them. The figures are individually made, and the patina and finish always varies a bit from piece to piece. They are very unique works of art and there are no two alike. This is the largest piece that I have created so far. I love how the couple’s legs are elegantly crossing, while his arm is cradled around her. They portray a feeling of quiet reflection in their togetherness.

- Yenny Cocq

Forever Us

Signed on back

14" h x 5" w x 4" d
4 lbs. 5 oz.



Yenny Cocq
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Getting to Know Yenny

Yenny Cocq is a figurative sculptor who works in bronze. She begins each piece by working in oil clay so she can create the form of the figure. She continues by creating a mold to produce wax versions of the sculpture, which she can alter further to develop the emotion of her figures. The final step is to have the artwork cast in bronze at a foundry. Yenny’s figures create modular families–adults, children, and pets may be mixed and matched to accurately reflect loving familial relationships.