Archive for the Sculptures Category
‘My sculptures are inspired by organic, natural forms – such as plants, and the elements of sea and wind. A recurring theme and feature of my work are undulating planes with polished edges that suggest or define a movement through space; or often the sculptures consist of two individual forms in relationship to each other, striving to create a unified harmony.’
Margaret Lovell was born in Bristol in 1939 and studied at the West of England College of Art between 1956–60. She then went on to study at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, from 1960–62, where she won first and second prizes for sculpture, drawing and etching. From 1962–3, she studied on an Italian State Scholarship Award at the Academy of Fine Art in Florence.
In the lead up to his solo exhibition at ARTIS Gallery, a new sculpture by Terry Stringer has been installed on the plinth outside the gallery. The work, titled That Certain Smile, stands at two metres and is available for purchase.
‘Chateau Chenonceau’ is an exceptional site not only because of its original design, the richness of its collections, its furniture and decorations, and history of female ownership – it is also known as “Château des Dames” (Château of the Ladies) – but also because of its role in the First and Second World Wars.
A new bronze work by Terry Stringer, measuring 2.97 meters in height, has been installed outside Jonathan Grant Galleries, 280 Parnell Road.
Forup painted a broad spectrum of subjects, from portraits and genre scenes to landscapes, book illustrations and murals.
Ukrainian artist, Josef Kozeny, depicted moving wartime scenes from the Eastern Front.
Gauldie’s works are moving records of modern-day warfare tactics, and depict New Zealand soldiers who face extraordinary circumstances on a daily basis.
Jonathan Grant Galleries pay tribute to iconic New Zealand sculptor – Ken Kendall .