Showing posts from March, 2016

A very positive world wind weekend at Lorne Victoria

Exhausted and very happy to have participated in Lorne Sculpturescape this year a massive weekend but so so rewarding to engage with the crowd and hear their thoughts responses and questions about the work for for anyone who didn't have the occasion to ask here is the cheat sheet or

Fat Sheet:
1 strand is one 2 litre milk plastic bottle
250 bottle per branches
3 trees
5 branches
1200 bottles although I probably did cut 1500 as some didn't really make the cut for this work
all bottle were cut by hand
scissors were used at first then RSI injury led me to use a Stanley knife to finish this work
it took 18 months to create this work
this includes collecting, washing, removing the labels-plastic rings and plastic lids, the cutting & threading onto ropes

Lorne Sculture Biennale this weekend 25-26 March 2016

I will be installing my work ' Sensorial Falls' this Friday and Saturday for SculptureScape at Lorne Biennale this weekend. I have finished packing the enormous amount of white Polyethylene stands for this installation and will load my car to the brim to take it down early on Friday morning.
Looking  forward to seeing you on the weekend!
                                                             one bundle and 4 to go!

Opening Saturday 12 April 2016 4-6pm all welcome

Organic Plastic
My sculptural work is created from everyday man-made objects and materials from nature I glean and collect from my surroundings. My interest lays in reconnecting societies to the way we handle waste in our precious environment.
All Welcome to the official opening Saturday 12th March 4-6pm at Wide Open Road Art cnr Hargraves & Mostyn St, Castlemaine
for more details

Organic Plastic is on now @WORA in Castlemaine

My new work Organic Plastic was successful at WORA
it is available for viewing from Saturday 5 March 2016