This work is part of a collaborative series that explores how humans interact with the natural world. The sculpture, a rabbit, is made by moulding leftover oil paint from previous work.
By recycling a traditionally two-dimensional material and transforming it into a three-dimensional material, the artists – both painters – connect with and extend their painting practice into their sculptural work and vice versa.
Courtesy of Mori Gallery
wood, plaster, oil paint, resin, canvas, feather
30 x 31 x 21 cm
WSSP Winner; Finalist
Judges of the 2005 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: John Stringer (Curator of the Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth) and William Wright AM (Sherman Foundation Fellow in Contemporary Art, Sydney University).
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