sculpture 2013

The original group of ceramic sculptures in vintage sewing machine drawers are my representation of caryatids and were completed in 2013 for my solo exhibition at Noosa Regional Gallery. They are a metaphor for women everywhere who are the life support of their family and friends. Β The drawers act as vehicles for exploring identity and human relationships and are embedded with emotive connections to past lives and experiences, triggering memories.

29 comments

  1. babylonbaroque

    These are quite wonderful, strange and beautiful, mythic and provocative , Brava. Leonard @boondocksbabylon

  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog…I like your work as well. Not only is your work great, but so is the time and effort you put into reproducing it for the web…not an easy task!

  3. Veronica, I’m really impressed, this is moving and delightful work. I could look at these sculptures all day. Thank you for stopping by to see my drawings. I’ll definitely check back to see what you are doing.

  4. Wow, I agree with elephant! Your work is fab, so inspiring. I’m an art teacher in the south of England and will definitely be showing my 3D pupils your work and your drawings are just beautiful too. Wish I couldn’t out to oz to see your show. Good luck with it.

  5. Thanks I wish everyone from wordpress that I have connected with could come to my show – it would be great fun. Hope your students can take something away from looking at my work – it could be just too traditional! πŸ™‚

  6. Thank-you for such a generous comment – my apologies for the delay in responding I have just found several comments in the spam folder? I look forward to browsing around your site.

  7. Valid comments ending up in spam folders is a phenomenon at the moment with a fiction group I belong too. Friday Fictioneers. Seems its spreading. I and some others have alerted Akismet. Seems it’s still a problem. Anyway, thanks for getting back. Ann

  8. Sandy Perri

    Hello Veronica,
    WOW!
    I was browsing, looking for lighthouse keepers when I saw upon your work.
    What beautiful images!
    The ceramic sculpture is amazing.

  9. Pingback: Chas Spain World Tour 2014 – Day 1 | ChasSpainDesign

  10. Thanks Chas I feel very humbled by your generous description and inclusion in your ‘world tour’. And yes definetly in the planning/exploratory stages for new exhibitions in 2015. πŸ™‚

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