Tony Davis

  • Tony Davis, 'Folly Interstice', Sculpture Forest. Photo Grant Hardwick

Tony Davis (Western Australia)

‘Folly Interstice’, Sculpture Forest

Location: Sugar Pines, Laurel Hill, Sculpture Forest.

Statement: Exploring Donald Judd’s assertion, “if it’s not functional, it must be art.“A folly, intimating a compressed space within. Complementing a secret place in discourse with the organic language of wood, with all its archives and unread stories.

Biography: Associateship in Art Teaching, Curtin 1972. Solo exhibitions in Western Australia include Gallery East, North Fremantle, Kingfisher Gallery, Fine Arts Gallery and Desborough Art Gallery. Represented in collections including Minderoo and Gowing Bros. Sculpture by the Sea,  Aarhus 2011. Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 8 times since 2010. Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 12 times since 2010.

Stage one of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail was jointly funded by the Australian and NSW Government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund, under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.