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HSC majorwork that was exhibited in ArtExpress. Blurb "The imagination has always been a driving force for humanity's creative impulses. It may … Read More
HSC majorwork that was exhibited in ArtExpress. Blurb "The imagination has always been a driving force for humanity's creative impulses. It may be inspired externally through the senses or internally through curiosity and discontent. It opens the gate to dreams and fantasies so that you may become receptive as a little child in exploring the kingdom of ideas. My work consists of brightly coloured carts incongruously positioned against raw, emotive figures. The sculpted heads in my work wander aimlessly, as the hyperbolic features of the heads reflect our imagination's capacity to distort reality. The imagery is nostalgic, hence the 'child-like' reminders of the limitless potential of our imagination." Read Less
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"The imagination has always been a driving force for humanity's creative impulses. It may be inspired externally through the senses or internally through curiosity and discontent. It opens the gate to dreams and fantasies so that you may become receptive as a little child in exploring the kingdom of ideas. My work consists of brightly coloured carts incongruously positioned against raw, emotive figures. The sculpted heads in my work wander aimlessly, as the hyperbolic features of the heads reflect our imagination's capacity to distort reality. The imagery is nostalgic, hence the 'child-like' reminders of the limitless potential of our imagination."

Ceramics, Wood, Metal & found objects.
 
Selected for ArtExpress 2010, exhibited at the Rocks Gallery as well as the Shoalhaven Gallery.
Shoalhaven Gallery guide
The Rocks Gallery guide