now installed on street level at Soho Galleries Sydney corner of Cathedral and Crown Streets as seen on the cover of McGrath Magazine as part of the feature profile earlier this year
composite assemblage work – carbon fibre, perspex, enamel paint, epoxy treated wood
Sunkissed is a new composite assemblage piece.
This is number 4 in a limited series of 6 original works – each piece a completely different variation making them all unique.
Sunkissed is 122 x 102cm
This composite assemblage work is made up of around 20 individual pieces and the materials used include hand cut epoxy treated wood, perspex, enamel paint, Q-cell, fibreglass cloth and epoxy resin!
The composite works hangs like conventional artworks and appear as such until viewed more closely. This work is currently available & a private viewing can be arranged..
Domino was a Mosman art prize finalist this year as judged by Reg Richardson AM, arts patron, supporter and art collector. Domino materials include carbon fiber, perspex, teak, epoxy resin, fibreglass, paint.
When you get a close up look you can see the detail and the different textures involved. Domino is 77 x 77cm and is available – stay tuned for exhibitions featuring Domino via the blog
A compact & interactive lightbox cluster with a cool retro look
Hand cut teak & Perspex electric lightboxes can be arranged in any combination to fit into a modern space, singles, doubles, vertical / horizontal or as a 4 piece cluster.
The work includes a credit card sized infra red remote control allowing you to create any colour imaginable to suit the space or change the mood individual 37 x 35 cm
composite assemblage artwork and a 2010 Mosman Art Prize finalist, based on the iconic fashion figure Kate Moss.
This work includes many different materials – i held nothing back.
carbon fibre, masonite, plywood, perspex, epoxy treated wood, enamel paint, spray putty and resin
182 x 62 cm – framed in aluminium
The contrast of a raw plywood background, hand cut epoxy treated wood and perspex makes this piece jump off the wall – vibrant colour through the Perspex, intensified by the almost hidden watermarking in the body.
A real talking point for a modern space.
122 x 102cm