Fur Ball with Powerful Intent is a humorous work that allows for simultaneous attraction and repulsion by use of tactile, contrasting material (raw sheep's wool and foundry coke), and by alluding to regurgitation or vomiting both in the title and spherical form.
Anthea Williams holds a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Monash University, and has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions both in Australia and internationally. She has been a resident at Art Resource Collective in Yinnar, Victoria since 1990.
coke, sheep's wool
22 x 21 x 22 cm
Judges of the 2015 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Dr Michael Brand (Director of the Art Gallery of NSW), Penelope Seidler AM (Arts Patron and Director of Harry Seidler & Associates) and Barbara Flynn (International Curatorial Advisor).
View the 2015 exhibition guide
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