‘Horizon Figure 2009’
Materials Corten steel
Dimensions 350 x 600 x 150 cm
Statement Horizon Figure arises from both visual and felt drawings of rock forms, creeks, fire, eroded ranges and the great horizon lines of the Australia landscape.
‘And Another and Another (drop in the ocean).’
Materials Stainless steel, swarovski crystal
Dimensions 300 x 120 x 120 cm
Statement A reference to the notion of significance.
‘The Vague but Slightly Illuminated Eye of Perception’
Materials hebel block, steel, bronze, paint, solar light
Dimensions 300 x 100 x 100 cm
‘Adam and Eve’
Dimensions 180 x 600 x 180 cm
Statement An admission that my normally abstract work contains elements of the figure. These were my first large scale bronzes.
‘Signs of 2009’
Materials timber, steel, paint finish
Dimensions 120 x 85 x 6 cm
Materials Coated mild steel, rubber
Dimensions 200 x 310 x 160cm
Statement … wave after wave rolls.
‘Oushi Zokei 2017’
Materials Black and white granite, colcothar
Dimensions 240 x 180 x 120 cm
Statement The twisted nature of the work contrasts the horizontal line of the ocean.
Materials Aluminium, steel, resin, auto paint
Dimensions 253 x 148 x 36 cm
Statement The flower is a pictorial representation of a three-dimensional experience. Like the elements of a Japanese garden, the sculpture aims to represent an experience of nature but one that has been manipulated and highly stylised.
‘Walking Looking Talking Noppan Nukkan Yunnan’
Statement This is what people do on Granite Island. And these rocks, under an old tree, provide a moment’s refuge to contemplate ‘then’ and ‘now’. An ancient practice, painting on rocks, about what’s important. The paint will fade and disappear in time, making space for something new, just as with all living things.
Statement In a reflection of the solid masses that make up Granite Island, ‘Bystander’ invites you to sit still and take in the timeless and immovable surrounds, as if you were a rock, a witness to all that passes.
‘Blue Cylinder Revolution’
Materials Stainless steel, paint
Dimensions 240 x 200 x 100 cm
Statement I believe that a sculpture is an interactive form of art inspired by nature. This work has six cylinders. Through shifting perspectives, each cylinder shows a variety of appearances.
‘What a Tasty Looking Burger’
Materials Fibreglass, wire, ropes
Dimensions 130 x 130 x 130 cm
Statement Beware the fish are now fishing!
Materials Salvaged electrical cable, plastic
Dimensions 90 x 70 x 70 cm
Materials Peeled white willow
Materials Stone, reinforcing bar
Dimensions 302-366 x 140-162 x 88-135 cm
Statement On the stone shaped by natural forces, the steel bars recovered from the ruins of urban renewal are transformed into a kind of energy that merges with the stone, which grows fragile and firmly upwards in the natural space, whilst simultaneously implying a kind of loneliness which is deeply rooted downwards. Upon being installed on the island, the manifested energy has integrated into the landscape and seems to be silently describing a certain kind of ‘existence’ that we are experiencing.
Materials recycled fencing wire from the Dingo Barrier Fence
Dimensions 220 x 150 x 150 cm
Materials galvanised steel pipe and plate, carbon fibre, wood
Dimensions 300 x 820 x 820 cm
‘Curating the Waves’
Materials stainless steel 304
Dimensions 83 x 470 x 83 cm
‘Light and Gale’
Materials reclaimed tent, sail fabric, fabric webbing, metal support, wire
Dimensions 500 x 600 x 600 cm
‘Moment in Time’
Materials site specific tree
Dimensions 200 x 180 x 180 cm
Materials copper, galvanised pressed sheet, metal, steel,
Dimensions 250 x 220 x 220 cm
Materials existing seats, persian carpet
Statement Installed on existing public seats Persian carpets were woven into the seats. Traditionally these carpets are used for sitting on in domestic settings while the public seats provide a different place to sit and relax in nature. The union of these elements East / West, public / private, soft / hard, offer opportunity for contemplation and appreciation of the richness of our Australian society and hopefully a visual intrigue.
Materials Acrylic, polyurethane resin, steel
Dimensions 200 x 204 x 10 cm
Statement The artist recalls beach-combing at an age when the little things mattered. Likewise, this tiny fragment found at South Cottesloe has been enlarged 700 times, revealing its fragile beauty.
Materials bamboo, vine, metal, wire, cable ties, straw bales
Dimensions 200 x 400 x 200 cm
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