You are invited to my eighth solo exhibition ‘The Silence of Beauty’ at Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf.

‘The Silence of Beauty’ explores our spiritual connection to nature using sculpture to access the visceral and organic landscapes of spirit within nature.

The sculptures of foraged vines and recycled metal wire references the ancient basketry technique of looping that has been used across human cultures for tens of thousands of years. The looping creates patterns and harmonious rhythms that I witnesses in nature.

The exhibition explores how the invisible, non-material realm can uncover the psyche of our place in the landscape, with the objective of reaching beyond the human narrative.

The sculptures are created in spiritual conversation and meditation with the artist’s natural surroundings, and explore the liminal state between observing with sight and sound and observing with spirit.

By sharing dialogue with the materials and allowing them to inform the narrative of the artwork, it means that stories are formed and shared from the landscape in transformational ways – in a language that provides new meanings and relationships with spirit, nature, humans and the landscape – and the interconnectedness of all.

Exhibition details:

When: 13 July – 7 August 2022

Where: Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf, 548 New South Head Rd, Double Bay NSW 2028

Opening night: 6pm, 13 July 2022

Artist talk: 2pm, Saturday 16 July

Opening Hours: Wednesday – Friday    10:00am-6:00pm, Saturday and Sunday  10:00am-5:00pm

Free Admission

All works are for sale: To purchase and see the catalogue click here. 

Here is a walk through of the exhibition: