SCULPTURE

BRONZE and SMALLER WORKS

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Most Sculptures are available for sale unless they have been marked as SOLD or were a commissioned piece.

 

Commissions are also available, please contact me for details.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, with artist Clancy Warner

Dust to Dust, with artist Clancy Warner

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to Dust, bronze, 76 x 27 x 104cm, 2019-20.

Dust to dust embodies a drying landscape and a disappearing species. Global warming, climate change, mismanagement of land and water and the eminent extinction of species are all notions behind this sculpture. Dust to dust is a lone Canis Lupus Dingo, representing the loneliness that comes from destruction, neglect and extinction. She is not dead yet; looking into her eyes you see life and hope. She is not gone yet; she’s strong enough to fight for survival… are you?

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Government House: This place was traditionally the land of the Kaurna people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Kaurna, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

In situ, 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial: This place was traditionally the land of the Peramangk people and the dingoes were one of the original animals of the area before colonisation. The designs on the dingoes represent the traditional custodians of the lands, not specifically the Peramangk, but more a representation that this country always was and always will be Aboriginal Land… These dingo sculptures are a reflection of what once was and what still is as a sense of place and belonging.

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Papa Tjukurpa: Dingo Story

Bronze, life-size, 2019. A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Elizabeth Close is an Anangu woman working in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art styles to bring an awareness of issues that affect Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. https://www.facebook.com/elizabethclosearts/

A Shadow of What Once Was (detail)

A Shadow of What Once Was (detail)

2018, 75 x 95 x 35cm, Stainless Steel.

A Shadow of What Once Was

A Shadow of What Once Was

2018, 75 x 95 x 35cm, Stainless Steel.

A Shadow of What Once Was

A Shadow of What Once Was

2018, 75 x 95 x 35cm, Stainless Steel.

Dog Boi

Dog Boi

SOLD 2018. Reclaimed Oregon timber on Steel Base. 2nd place winner of the 2018 Mark Butler SALA Award.

Dog Boi

Dog Boi

SOLD 2018. Reclaimed Oregon timber on Steel Base. 2nd place winner of the 2018 Mark Butler SALA Award.

Dog Boi (with Deer Heart)

Dog Boi (with Deer Heart)

SOLD 2018. Reclaimed Oregon timber on Steel Base. 2nd place winner of the 2018 Mark Butler SALA Award.

Dog Boi and friends

Dog Boi and friends

Becoming Whole & Janus

Becoming Whole & Janus

(L) SOLD - Becoming Whole, patinated bronze, 59 x 18 x 14cm, 2017. (R) Duality, 56 x 13 x 8cm, patinated bronze, 59 x 18 x 14cm, 2017.

Creature Inside

Creature Inside

Patinated bronze, 45 x 13 x 8cm, 2017.

Magpie And Eggs

Magpie And Eggs

SOLD Cast aluminum into cast bronze, 36 x 14 x 15cm, 2015.

Eggs

Eggs

SOLD Cast aluminum into cast bronze, 2015.

Magpie

Magpie

SOLD Cast aluminum into cast bronze, 36 x 14 x 15cm, 2015.

Magpie

Magpie

SOLD Cast aluminum into cast bronze, 36 x 14 x 15cm, 2015.

Magpie

Magpie

SOLD Cast aluminum into cast bronze, 36 x 14 x 15cm, 2015.

Magpie

Magpie

SOLD Cast aluminum into cast bronze, 36 x 14 x 15cm, 2015.

Old Man Fennec

Old Man Fennec

SOLD, bronze, 2015. 30 x 37 x 18cm. Fennec foxes originated in the Sahara and the markings are based on Tuareg and other Berber designs from the region. The Southern Cross, or Cross of Agadez, represented on the forehead is often passed from father to son and symbolises the four directions as well as being nomadic and free. When giving the cross the father tells his son: "My son, I give you the four directions of the world, because we do not know where you go to die."

Old Man Fennec

Old Man Fennec

SOLD, bronze, 2015. 30 x 37 x 18cm. Fennec foxes originated in the Sahara and the markings are based on Tuareg and other Berber designs from the region. The Southern Cross, or Cross of Agadez, represented on the forehead is often passed from father to son and symbolises the four directions as well as being nomadic and free. When giving the cross the father tells his son: "My son, I give you the four directions of the world, because we do not know where you go to die."

Old Man FennecennecFox1

Old Man FennecennecFox1

SOLD, bronze, 2015. 30 x 37 x 18cm. Fennec foxes originated in the Sahara and the markings are based on Tuareg and other Berber designs from the region. The Southern Cross, or Cross of Agadez, represented on the forehead is often passed from father to son and symbolises the four directions as well as being nomadic and free. When giving the cross the father tells his son: "My son, I give you the four directions of the world, because we do not know where you go to die."

Contemplation

Contemplation

SOLD Bronze, 20 x 6 x 20 cm, 2016

Contemplation

Contemplation

SOLD Bronze, 20 x 6 x 20 cm, 2016

Boobook and El Gato

Boobook and El Gato

Bronze, reclaimed wood and steel, 54 x 75 x 26cm, 2016.

Boobook and El Gato

Boobook and El Gato

Bronze, reclaimed wood and steel, 54 x 75 x 26cm, 2016.

Boobook and El Gato

Boobook and El Gato

Bronze, reclaimed wood and steel, 54 x 75 x 26cm, 2016.

Tattooed Stingray - ManaRay

Tattooed Stingray - ManaRay

SOLD Bronze and Stone, 78 x 80 x 38cm, 2013. Incorporationg Polynesian style tattoos into the bronze stingray to signify lifeforce, movement and energy.

Tattooed Stingray - ManaRay

Tattooed Stingray - ManaRay

SOLD Bronze and Stone, 78 x 80 x 38cm, 2013. Incorporationg Polynesian style tattoos into the bronze stingray to signify lifeforce, movement and energy.

Welcome Swallows

Welcome Swallows

SOLD Welcome Swallows: Real Australians Say Welcome *Inspired by Peter Drew's "Real Australians Say Welcome" campaign cast bronze and found wood, 69 x 22 x 20cm, 2015.

Welcome Swallows

Welcome Swallows

SOLD Welcome Swallows: Real Australians Say Welcome *Inspired by Peter Drew's "Real Australians Say Welcome" campaign cast bronze and found wood, 69 x 22 x 20cm, 2015.

Flying Foxes(detail)

Flying Foxes(detail)

Bronze and Wood, 158 x 22 x 43cm, 2013.

Flying Foxes

Flying Foxes

Bronze and Wood, 158 x 22 x 43cm, 2013.

Flying Foxes (detail)

Flying Foxes (detail)

Bronze and Wood, 158 x 22 x 43cm, 2013.

Flying Foxes (detail)

Flying Foxes (detail)

Bronze and Wood, 158 x 22 x 43cm, 2013.

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Collaboration with Alec de Wilt, (wooden parts by Alec). Wood, Steel and Wire, 168 x 170 x 210 cm, (variable) 2014.

Maralinga (detail)

Maralinga (detail)

SOLD

Maralinga

Maralinga

SOLD

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Collaboration with Alec de Wilt, (wooden parts by Alec). Wood, Steel and Wire, 168 x 170 x 210 cm, (variable) 2014.

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Collaboration with Alec de Wilt, (wooden parts by Alec). Wood, Steel and Wire, 168 x 170 x 210 cm, (variable) 2014.

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Maralinga: a Nuclear Family?

Collaboration with Alec de Wilt, (wooden parts by Alec). Wood, Steel and Wire, 168 x 170 x 210 cm, (variable) 2014.

Powderburns

Powderburns

Bronze, 25 x 5 x 22cm, 2012.

Powderburns

Powderburns

Bronze, 25 x 5 x 22cm, 2012.

Felix Kingston

Felix Kingston

SOLD Life size Donkey, welded steel, 2015. Commissioned piece.

Felix Kingston

Felix Kingston

SOLD Life size Donkey, welded steel, 2015. Commissioned piece.

Tattoo off the Back

Tattoo off the Back

SOLD Steel, 2012. Based on a Borneo-style "tree of life" tattoo that I designed and tattooed.

Out On A Limb (detail)

Out On A Limb (detail)

SOLD Bronze and wood, 53 x 58 x 41 cm, 2013. In collaboration with Cathy Elston, Large possum - Clancy Warner. Small possum - Cathy Elston.

Out On A Limb

Out On A Limb

SOLD Bronze and wood, 53 x 58 x 41 cm, 2013. In collaboration with Cathy Elston, Large possum - Clancy Warner. Small possum - Cathy Elston.

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Steel, stainless steel and welded bronze, 2020. Working in both physical steel and ethereal shadow-play these Eagle sculptures brings the viewers sightline from the ground up; connecting the elements of earth and air, paying homage to and building connections to country and spirit, both from a physical component as well as the ethereal.

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Steel, stainless steel and welded bronze, 2020. Working in both physical steel and ethereal shadow-play these Eagle sculptures brings the viewers sightline from the ground up; connecting the elements of earth and air, paying homage to and building connections to country and spirit, both from a physical component as well as the ethereal.

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Steel, stainless steel and welded bronze, 2020. Working in both physical steel and ethereal shadow-play these Eagle sculptures brings the viewers sightline from the ground up; connecting the elements of earth and air, paying homage to and building connections to country and spirit, both from a physical component as well as the ethereal.

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Steel, stainless steel and welded bronze, 2020. Working in both physical steel and ethereal shadow-play these Eagle sculptures brings the viewers sightline from the ground up; connecting the elements of earth and air, paying homage to and building connections to country and spirit, both from a physical component as well as the ethereal.

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

Flight: The Dance of Earth and Air

A collaboration with Elizabeth Close. Steel, stainless steel and welded bronze, 2020. Working in both physical steel and ethereal shadow-play these Eagle sculptures brings the viewers sightline from the ground up; connecting the elements of earth and air, paying homage to and building connections to country and spirit, both from a physical component as well as the ethereal.

Flying Fish (maquette)

Flying Fish (maquette)

2018, Stainless steel, mild steel and galvanised steel.

Flying Fish (maquette)

Flying Fish (maquette)

2018, Stainless steel, mild steel and galvanised steel.

Flying Fish (maquette)

Flying Fish (maquette)

2018, Stainless steel, mild steel and galvanised steel.

Flying Fish (maquette)

Flying Fish (maquette)

2018, Stainless steel, mild steel and galvanised steel.

Flying Fish (maquette)

Flying Fish (maquette)

2018, Stainless steel, mild steel and galvanised steel.

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

SOLD 38cm x 30 x 30cm, re-claimed wood, paint, Awlwood clear-coat and steel, 2017. On exhibition for "What's in the Box", (see exhibition page for details), part of the Biennale of Australia Art.

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

SOLD 38cm x 30 x 30cm, re-claimed wood, paint, Awlwood clear-coat and steel, 2017. On exhibition for "What's in the Box", (see exhibition page for details), part of the Biennale of Australia Art.

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

SOLD 38cm x 30 x 30cm, re-claimed wood, paint, Awlwood clear-coat and steel, 2017. On exhibition for "What's in the Box", (see exhibition page for details), part of the Biennale of Australia Art.

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

SOLD 38cm x 30 x 30cm, re-claimed wood, paint, Awlwood clear-coat and steel, 2017. On exhibition for "What's in the Box", (see exhibition page for details), part of the Biennale of Australia Art.

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

Of Milk and Honey (maquette)

SOLD 38cm x 30 x 30cm, re-claimed wood, paint, Awlwood clear-coat and steel, 2017. On exhibition for "What's in the Box", (see exhibition page for details), part of the Biennale of Australia Art.

Animal Within Series

Animal Within Series

SOLD reclaimed wood, bronze, horse hair and steel, 2016

Animal Within Series

Animal Within Series

SOLD reclaimed wood, bronze, horse hair and steel, 2016

Animal Within Series

Animal Within Series

SOLD reclaimed wood, bronze and steel, 2016

Animal Within: Dear Heart & Horse

Animal Within: Dear Heart & Horse

Reclaimed wood, bronze, horse hair and steel, 61 x 12 x 8 cm and 57.5 x 15 x 8 cm, 2016 SOLD

Animal Within: Dear Heart & Horse

Animal Within: Dear Heart & Horse

Reclaimed wood, bronze, horse hair and steel, 61 x 12 x 8 cm and 57.5 x 15 x 8 cm, 2016 SOLD

Animal Within-Spike & A-roo

Animal Within-Spike & A-roo

Reclaimed wood, bronze & steel, 49 x 14 x 11 cm and 57 x 14 x 18 cm, 2016 SOLD

Animal Within: Spike & A-Roo

Animal Within: Spike & A-Roo

Reclaimed wood, bronze & steel, 49 x 14 x 11 cm and 57 x 14 x 18 cm, 2016 SOLD

Animal Within-Foxborne

Animal Within-Foxborne

Reclaimed wood, bronze & steel, 52 x 14 x 14 cm, 2016 SOLD

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I & II

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I & II

SOLD (Top) patinated bronze,13 x 73 x 40cm, 2017. SOLD (Bottom) patinated bronze, 15 x 80 x 40cm, 2017.

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I

SOLD. Bronze, redgum and steel.

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I

SOLD. Bronze, redgum and steel.

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie I

SOLD. Bronze, redgum and steel.

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie II

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie II

SOLD. Bronze, redgum and steel.

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie II and friend

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie II and friend

SOLD. Bronze, redgum and steel.

Dingo-child

Dingo-child

SOLD Bronze, 57 x 36 x 37cm, 2013. Dingo-child shows the spiritual connection of human and animal. It represents loss of land and place, but also of hope and defiance.

Dingo-child

Dingo-child

SOLD Bronze, 57 x 36 x 37cm, 2013. Dingo-child shows the spiritual connection of human and animal. It represents loss of land and place, but also of hope and defiance.

Once Broken Now Whole

Once Broken Now Whole

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 18 x 30 x 30cm, 2015

Once Broken Now Whole

Once Broken Now Whole

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 18 x 30 x 30cm, 2015

Once Broken Now Whole

Once Broken Now Whole

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 18 x 30 x 30cm, 2015

Once Broken Now Whole

Once Broken Now Whole

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 18 x 30 x 30cm, 2015

Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection

Re-claimed wood, re-claimed aluminium cast into the wood, resin and steel, 60 x 150 x 35cm, 2016. On display at the Cedars, Hahndorf.

Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection

Re-claimed wood, re-claimed aluminium cast into the wood, resin and steel, 60 x 150 x 35cm, 2016. On display at the Cedars, Hahndorf.

Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection

Re-claimed wood, re-claimed aluminium cast into the wood, resin and steel, 60 x 150 x 35cm, 2016. On display at the Cedars, Hahndorf.

Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection

Re-claimed wood, re-claimed aluminium cast into the wood, resin and steel, 60 x 150 x 35cm, 2016. On display at the Cedars, Hahndorf.

Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection

Re-claimed wood, re-claimed aluminium cast into the wood, resin and steel, 60 x 150 x 35cm, 2016. On display at Centennial Park

Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection

Re-claimed wood, re-claimed aluminium cast into the wood, resin and steel, 60 x 150 x 35cm, 2016. On display at Centennial Park

Belonging

Belonging

Bronze, 27 x 60 x 38cm, 2015. Australia is the last place in the world that has wild Dromedary Camels. The camels and their handlers were brought here circa1850 for transportation and construction in and across the desert. After motorized transportation was introduced the camels were set free. This artwork depicts a mother camel with arabesque designs and her calf with representations of Indigenous Australian designs symbolizing meeting place and resting spot...

Belonging

Belonging

Bronze, 27 x 60 x 38cm, 2015. This sculpture represents both Aboriginal and Afghani culture, asking questions about belonging and history. Camels have been born in Australia for generations and are possibly now part of the Indigenous Dreaming of Central Australia, yet they are mercilessly culled as a feral species. What does this say about what it means to be ‘Australian’? What does this imply for those who seek belonging?

Belonging

Belonging

Bronze, 27 x 60 x 38cm, 2015.

Little deer and little wolf

Little deer and little wolf

SOLD Bronze,3.5 x 8 x 10 cm and 6 x 7 x 10 cm, 2016

Dingo Mama and Pup

Dingo Mama and Pup

SOLD Bronze, 17 x 33 x 14cm, 2012.

Dingoes - Mama and Pup

Dingoes - Mama and Pup

SOLD Bronze, 17 x 33 x 14cm, 2012.

As Above So Below

As Above So Below

SOLD Bronze, wood and Steel, 20 x 21 x 52 cm, 2015

As Above So Below

As Above So Below

SOLD Bronze, wood and Steel, 20 x 21 x 52 cm, 2015

As Above So Below

As Above So Below

SOLD Bronze, wood and Steel, 20 x 21 x 52 cm, 2015

Blood Moon

Blood Moon

SOLD Re-claimed wood, cast aluminum and steel, 25 x 57 x 11cm, 2015.

Blood Moon

Blood Moon

SOLD Re-claimed wood, cast aluminum and steel, 25 x 57 x 11cm, 2015

Undercurrent

Undercurrent

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 34 x 20 x 14cm, 2015.

Undercurrent

Undercurrent

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 34 x 20 x 14cm, 2015.

Journey

Journey

SOLD Bronze, wood and steel, 14 x 59 x 12.5cm, 2015.

Journey

Journey

SOLD Bronze, wood and steel, 14 x 59 x 12.5cm, 2015.

Journey

Journey

SOLD Bronze, wood and steel, 14 x 59 x 12.5cm, 2015.

Overflow

Overflow

SOLD Cast aluminium, re-claimed wood and steel, 11 x 35 x 13cm, 2015.

Overflow

Overflow

SOLD Cast aluminium, re-claimed wood and steel, 11 x 35 x 13cm, 2015.

Uncharted Waters

Uncharted Waters

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 17 x 38 x 18cm, 2015.

Uncharted Waters

Uncharted Waters

SOLD Cast bronze and re-claimed wood, 17 x 38 x 18cm, 2015.

Untitled (boats)

Untitled (boats)

SOLD Jarrah and Steel, 2012.

Flying Fish: The Elders

Flying Fish: The Elders

SOLD Bronze & wood, 11 x 133 x 90cm, (variable), 2013. Old and ancient, they once left the water for the land… The Elders have the knowledge and the stories, and it up to us to learn how to listen.

Flying Fish: The Elders (detail)

Flying Fish: The Elders (detail)

SOLD Bronze & wood, 11 x 133 x 90cm, (variable), 2013. Old and ancient, they once left the water for the land… The Elders have the knowledge and the stories, and it up to us to learn how to listen.

Flying Fish: The Elders (detail)

Flying Fish: The Elders (detail)

SOLD Bronze & wood, 11 x 133 x 90cm, (variable), 2013. Old and ancient, they once left the water for the land… The Elders have the knowledge and the stories, and it up to us to learn how to listen.

Flying Fish: The Elders (detail)

Flying Fish: The Elders (detail)

SOLD Bronze & wood, 11 x 133 x 90cm, (variable), 2013. Old and ancient, they once left the water for the land… The Elders have the knowledge and the stories, and it up to us to learn how to listen.

CrossOver/ Totem

CrossOver/ Totem

Steel, re-claimed wood and bronze, 213 x 45 x 35cm, 2015.

CrossOver/ Totem, My Grandfather's Country (sold) and Intent.

Tattooed Ray

Tattooed Ray

SOLD Bronze and Stone, 28 x 33 x 24cm, 2012.

Tattooed Ray

Tattooed Ray

SOLD Bronze and Stone, 28 x 33 x 24cm, 2012.

Tattooed Ray

Tattooed Ray

SOLD Bronze and Stone, 28 x 33 x 24cm, 2012.

Reeds

Reeds

Commission, 2016. Steel and bronze, 135 x 58 x 44cm

Book with Gameboy

Book with Gameboy

SOLD “Schooling for the Knowledge Era and Gameboy” Bronze and stone, 2013. Commission for Eltham College, Victoria.

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