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Abstract Art, Ceramics, Mixed Media, Sculpture

Mixed Media Wall Sculptures

The following slideshow displays some mixed media wall sculptures I have made over the past few years. Most include ceramic components as this is my area of speciality. However, I love to combine other organic and textural components, especially found objects, into three dimensional sculptures.

Shards, the image to the left is in the slideshow, and is a sculpture that won the inaugural Small Works 30 x30cm Show at Red Brick Gallery , Ballarat, in July last year. I have two images in a photography show at this gallery coming up next month.

(Shards: ceramic, slate, bark. click image to view larger)

Enjoy the slideshow, and remember, all artworks are for sale… send me a message 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Mixed Media Wall Sculptures

  1. I like the textures and the natural elements in your work. Thank you for sharing it. Maureen Ahern

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    Posted by Maureen Ahern | March 23, 2012, 2:04 am
  2. I am very impressed with the way you use the materials to compliment each other. The textures and variations of different clay processes relate so well with the materials you combine them with. Very, very nice!!

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    Posted by Jane Chischilly | March 23, 2012, 3:13 am

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