| SCULPTORS: MELIESA JUDGE & WILL KUIPER
Sculpture for private collections and small spaces
A thing of beauty is a joy forever
 
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture
Exhibition sculpture

Exhibition work gives us the freedom to allow imagination to roam free. The small works are the creative fuel of the sculptor’s journey. This is our playtime.

Abstract ideas blend with whimsical adaptations to create surprising new outcomes. Found objects marry with carefully sculpted forms, new works with old, traditional materials with experimental techniques. Serendipity is allowed to play its cards

Often a small work becomes the inspiration for a larger rendition, as when the “spin” sculpture became the basis for the design of the German Migrant Memorial. Sometimes a large work will develop into a small one, as in the miniature Mary Wards made long after the edition was complete.

 
Mary Ward, Loreto Schools in Australia   sculpture Carrick Hill   The Guardian   still watch   Angas Memorial, Adelaide City
  Aurora Sculpture, Adelaide City   Catherine McCauley   Waite Arboretum sculpture collection   Howling Wolves  
public site sculpture   Wickerman sculpture   Egrets, linde Reserve   St Ignatius sculpture   Ceres, Waite Arboretum
  Aurora Sculpture, Adelaide City   Catherine McCauley   Waite Arboretum sculpture collection   Howling Wolves  
Mary Ward, Loreto Schools in Australia   sculpture Carrick Hill   The Guardian   still watch   Angas Memorial, Adelaide City