New Work Friday #221

Art Life , New Work Apr 28, 2017 No Comments


“My sculptural abstractions investigate the vicissitude of landscape. Etched marks and cast forms, renegotiate terrain. Fluid, yet unrestrained gestures explore earthly forms and spiritual longing. Observations, consider not only physical topography. The significance of psychological and emotional connection to place is evoked. Contraction and decay unfold. Impermanence, asymmetry and austerity are recorded. The transience of light and atmosphere, seasonal shifts, and the movement of geological structures, impact on response to landforms. Natural grandeur is perpetual and revered” – Susan Jacobsen


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