Wall sculpture – interpretation of memories of the elemental conditions experienced at sea. When in a storm, the tops of waves are blown horizontally saturating the atmosphere with mist, and visibility is minimal.
pewter on board
59cm x 96cm x 10cm
This piece is about the elements at sea - when in a storm, the tops of waves are blown horizontally making the atmosphere saturated with spray.
This is a wall sculpture made of pewter on plaster and mounted on painted board. Light reflects off the surface of the pewter metal, utilising its subtle material properties and resembling the fragility and ephemeral nature of the natural world. Inspiration comes from the artist's experiences when sailing, which she reinterprets with a sophisticated, semi-abstracted character. She captures the essence of her memories and refines them to create a 'less is more', minimalist aesthetic which is in keeping with contemporary stylish interior design.