Monthly Archives: January 2011
Trite I know, but what do you do? Do you think you follow your head or heart more? I think both are important, and sadly the older I get the more I let myself be ruled by my head. Happy Much Love Monday … Continue reading
As the evening surrounds the fabric of the city, old gramophones spin glittering sounds whilst clicking lights cast vast moving shadows. Whistles rise and fall and flowerbeds are transformed by sparkling whirling machines. Walking through this enchanting space you may … Continue reading
Mirazozo luminarium is a large-scale inflatable sculpture, which comes to nearly 1200m², and is currently taking over the Sydney Opera House Forecourt until the end of January 2011. Inspired by nature, geometry and Islamic art and architecture the work makes … Continue reading
Just a small peak of some of the things I have been making. Made out of volcanic lava that has been dyed. Over the years I have made a number of pieces with lava, I like the way it feels … Continue reading
At first glance it is easy to think that perhaps Tokujin Yoshioka is trying to mimic the beauty of nature. However when you delve beneath the surface of his work you can see the ways in which his work is an exploration of the … Continue reading
The wooden laser cuts I brought recently fit nicely into an assortment of patterns and configurations the possibilities inspiring and almost are endless.