| SCULPTORS: MELIESA JUDGE & WILL KUIPER

Howling Wolves

sculptor: Will Kuiper

Windsor Gardens
Windsor Gardens
Hindmarsh Library
Hindmarsh Library
Sculpture by the Sea, Howling dog and tuning fork
Sculpture by the Sea, Howling dog and tuning fork
Carrick Hill

“The connection between animals and ourselves operates beyond the boundaries of our five senses.
Even when separated by distance, synchronous inter-connection and correlations can be retained. These spatial links expand our perception of our wider biological and evolutionary context.”

Dogs became a central theme of Will’s sculpture around 1997. They have evolved though generations and scales. The sculptures are remodelled and the ideas reworked in different configurations. In pairs, singly, or grouped with objects and other animals, the dogs are howling, listening, responding to distant signals.

 
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