13 Apr 2012

Pourings (Sculptures). Although the figures atop the plinths of books appear mundane in being sealed alongside all of the intellectualism and creativity of books we are shown everything is complex and we can always learn more. To garner the effect I crave I use aerosol cans, vacuum cleaners and washing machines to perfect the outcome required, occasionally heating must be induced to form cracking in the surface lending an aged appearance.

Author: David Boyle | Filed under: City Happenings

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One Response to “Pourings (Sculptures). Although the figures atop the plinths of books appear mundane in being sealed alongside all of the intellectualism and creativity of books we are shown everything is complex and we can always learn more. To garner the effect I crave I use aerosol cans, vacuum cleaners and washing machines to perfect the outcome required, occasionally heating must be induced to form cracking in the surface lending an aged appearance.”

  1. Simon Says:

    Hi David, I bought one of your sculptures “Nubian Queen” from an exhibition in Hastings yesterday, would be interested in finding out more about you and your work, do you have a profile page somewhere I could have a look at? Please email me smnhrly@yahoo.co.nz
    Cheers, Simon Hurley

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