My work explores colour, texture and shape. I hand build my work using terracotta and build them up into cylindrical forms, adding loops and small shapes as I go. I paint and glaze the forms surfaces incorporating patterns and narratives from life experience.
Matilda Kubany-Deane is an emerging Sydney artist and has worked in the ceramic medium for many years. She is currently completing a BFA at the National Art School, Sydney.
Matilda has exhibited at spaces including Studio W; aMBUSH Gallery (2016); Lilac City (2017); Sweetness of the New, The Yellow House, Sydney; and Dirty Deeds, Stairwell Gallery, Sydney (2018). She is also the recipient of Redkite Dare to Dream grant.
42 x 50 x 32 cm
Plinth Prize; Finalist
Judges of the 2018 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Michael Lynch AO CBE (Australian Arts administrator, former Director of Sydney Opera House and former CEO of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, Hong Kong) and Amanda Love (Director Loveart, independent Art Advisory).
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