Projects Blog

Print-sculpture

Over the years, as I experimented with new methods, my prints began to take on a more sculptural 3 dimensional quality. The lines between methods blurred as I realised print could extend into many other disciplines. Sculpture was an accidental outcome which came about when I looked closely at other forms of print, such as the car tyre print on the ground.

 Go-round  stencil on haybales  3 x 5 x 3m  Photo: Michael Meneghetti

Go-round

stencil on haybales

3 x 5 x 3m

Photo: Michael Meneghetti

 Susannah's table (on view in the Fremantle Print Award)  Table top relief print  90 x 180 x 90cm  Photo: Fremantle Arts Centre

Susannah's table (on view in the Fremantle Print Award)

Table top relief print

90 x 180 x 90cm

Photo: Fremantle Arts Centre

Gov't bend

screenprint on aluminium

180 x 250 cm

 Untitled  wood and paper  2 x 3 x 1.5cm

Untitled

wood and paper

2 x 3 x 1.5cm

 H.W.Y dreams and between You and Me  Installation view  Photo: RMIT University

H.W.Y dreams and between You and Me

Installation view

Photo: RMIT University

 Hors de Commerce

Hors de Commerce

Prima facie

hot iron brand on pig skin

12 x 12 50cm

 H.W.Y dreams 2(Give me some relief)

H.W.Y dreams 2(Give me some relief)