Wednesday 24 June 2009

Emma Davies: Morphed

On Sunday evening, the very lovely (and dextrous) Emma Davies was featured on ABC's Sunday Arts program. You can view her segment shortly on the ABC website and you'll be sure to hear from us when it's up and running.

In the meantime, have a peek at Emma's Gallery 2 exhibition Morphed which features anthropomorphic creatures made from her signature material, polypropylene.

From left to right: Enitan, Ntombi, Kgosi, Nkosana, Lucky, Alaba

Mosadi Wakonokono - means 'woman of substance'


Nkosana - means 'prince'

Nkosana (detail)

Ntombi - means 'lady'
Enitan - means 'person of story'

Enitan (detail)

Zola, means 'quiet, tranquil' (sold)

Titandure - means 'loving one'

Tariro - means 'hope' (sold)

Rutendo (detail)

All work is for sale and come with either their respective recycled tin or timber fixture. Made from black polypropylene, these sculptures measure approximately 44cm high though this changes depending on the posture of each. The price range of the works are between $1,500 and $1,800.

To find out more, please give us a call on 03 9650 7775.

Photography by the lovely Alexia Skok - thank you Alexia!

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