Location: Miles Franklin Drive, in Sir William Hudson Park, in front of the service station, Talbingo.
Statement: Tidal Body is a continued evolution that looks to celebrate the body and its relationship to nature and movement. The figures are reduced in mass as though they are caught between water and rock, dancing and swaying to nature’s movements.
Biography: April Pine is a Perth based artist working in the medium of sculpture.
A particular emphasis of research is in the progression of movement and how her work can change and react according to the viewers perception.
The act of making is central to her ethos, always creating prototypes, testing and exploring ways of fabricating highly conceptual ideas. Often discovering core ideas and results in the method of constructing and developing ideas through the material itself.
April was recently featured in the STM as one of Western Australia’s TOP 100 people, places and trends to shape 2017.
M Architecture, Curtin 2010. Commissioned works Geraldton Regional Art Gallery 2018 and Kings Square Convergence 2016. Represented in collections of Town of Cottesloe and City of Melville. Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 3 times and Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 5 times since 2017.
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