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Imperishables: Sculptures and Paintings

The artist combines metal and stone forms, suggesting the frailty of human existence, or powerful monolithic shapes, tarnished by the patina of time, in an effort to indicate “visibly or invisibly” fragments of human existence.
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Anna Taylor, The Andes, Peru – Save me series (detail), 2016, 230 x 510mm. Photographer: Christopher Sanders

Save me

An exhibition exploring the minutiae of landscape replicated in the aerial view, documenting the exquisite mirroring of detail, pattern and line. Both a celebration of our earth and it’s incredible beauty, and a call to action to save it.
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Stoke, 2017, Acrylic/Charcoal/Oil Pastel/ Shellac

Surfaces

Surfaces explores the relationship between the physical action of mark making, and the role of the unconscious mind that drives it.
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