"Art has always been my passion but it wasn’t until the year 2000 that I discovered the ideal form of expression for my work; sculpture and bronze statues. Within a relatively short period of time, I created my own personal style.
The theme of my work is ‘the woman’, an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Working without model or photo, I combine opposites like simplicity and exaggeration, delicacy and robustness, resulting in elegant positions in frozen movement. Natural forms with a touch of humour.
I am searching out the limits of the aesthetic without compromising my desire for harmony and elegance, which makes the work of art even more powerful.
Since 2003, I have also been teaching sculpture in my workshop ‘Atelier La Salamandre'."
“The bronze sculptures by Dominique Prins are an expression of rhythm that covers the entire female body, sometimes minimised and composed, sometimes introspective and then again challenging, each time adding a magnified aesthetic to the graceful figure.
In portraying the female body the artist skilfully shapes the expression she is looking for in pure form thereby adding a serene sensuality to the elongated or the plump, all in her own style, her personal language of forms. Her sculptures can be both frivolous and reflective, voluptuous and stylised, elongated and playful, without ever losing their natural charm and grace; a never boring feast for the eyes and a tribute to the female body.” Hugo Brutin, art critic.