Gallery 2 

 
‘Tango in the Sky’ - Sold    Wood:  Australian Red Cedar   Dimensions:  73x30x30cm   Artist Statement:  Watching birds fly with such grace and manoeuvrability, combined with their ritualistic courtship dance, was the inspiration for my ‘Tango in the Sky’.  2017 Second Prize - Queensland Royal National Show  #psart #woodsculpture

‘Tango in the Sky’ - Sold

Wood: Australian Red Cedar

Dimensions: 73x30x30cm

Artist Statement: Watching birds fly with such grace and manoeuvrability, combined with their ritualistic courtship dance, was the inspiration for my ‘Tango in the Sky’.

2017 Second Prize - Queensland Royal National Show

#psart #woodsculpture

‘Dancing in the Wind ‘- Sold    Wood:  colour dyed Mango   Dimensions:  69x36x20cm   Artist Statement:  This sculpture was inspired after seeing the film ‘The Dancer’ which I saw at the 2017 Brisbane French Film Festival.  It is based on a true story about Marie Louise Fuller, stage name Loie Fuller, who created a very moving and physically demanding dance for her large flowing silk costumes illuminated by multi-coloured lighting of her own design. She later became famous for her choreography.  2017 Highly Commended - Queensland Royal National Show

‘Dancing in the Wind ‘- Sold

Wood: colour dyed Mango

Dimensions: 69x36x20cm

Artist Statement: This sculpture was inspired after seeing the film ‘The Dancer’ which I saw at the 2017 Brisbane French Film Festival.

It is based on a true story about Marie Louise Fuller, stage name Loie Fuller, who created a very moving and physically demanding dance for her large flowing silk costumes illuminated by multi-coloured lighting of her own design. She later became famous for her choreography.

2017 Highly Commended - Queensland Royal National Show

‘Quenching his Thirst’    Wood:    Australian red cedar   Dimensions:  64x 30x45cm   Artist Statement:    The majesty of the horse, its power and intelligence are all reflected in its simple action of quenching his thirst.

‘Quenching his Thirst’

Wood: Australian red cedar

Dimensions: 64x 30x45cm

Artist Statement: The majesty of the horse, its power and intelligence are all reflected in its simple action of quenching his thirst.

‘Dancing Sea Nymph’ - Sold

Wood: Jacaranda

Artist Statement: When seeing the twisted form of this jacaranda branch I saw the shape of a ‘woman’ dancing, waiting to be released from the branch.

2017 First prize sculpture- Queensland Royal National show

‘ Courtship in Flight’   -   Sold    Wood:  Jacaranda   Artist Statement:  The rituals of courtship are explored in this contemporary piece; the 2 birds, one flying up and chasing the other flying down, are connected in the form of the ovoid egg, symbolic of their eventual mating.  2016 Brisbane Sculpture Festival - People’s Choice  2016 Brisbane Sculpture Festival - Concept Stainless Design Award  2016 Queensland Royal National Show - Second Prize -Sculpture

Courtship in Flight’ - Sold

Wood: Jacaranda

Artist Statement: The rituals of courtship are explored in this contemporary piece; the 2 birds, one flying up and chasing the other flying down, are connected in the form of the ovoid egg, symbolic of their eventual mating.

2016 Brisbane Sculpture Festival - People’s Choice

2016 Brisbane Sculpture Festival - Concept Stainless Design Award

2016 Queensland Royal National Show - Second Prize -Sculpture

‘Wings of Dreams’    Materials:  Marine grade stainless steel and corten steel   Artist Statement:  The form depicts the freedom of a bird soaring in the sky as the sculpture moves freely in the wind. The sculpture is an expression of our desire for total freedom to attain personal achievements. Every achievement starts with the freedom to Dream!  2017 First prize outdoor sculpture - Queensland Royal National Show

‘Wings of Dreams’

Materials: Marine grade stainless steel and corten steel

Artist Statement: The form depicts the freedom of a bird soaring in the sky as the sculpture moves freely in the wind. The sculpture is an expression of our desire for total freedom to attain personal achievements. Every achievement starts with the freedom to Dream!

2017 First prize outdoor sculpture - Queensland Royal National Show