Rebecca Lisle

Sculpture
7 September - 1 October 2018

 

Selected for the Sculpture Prize at this year’s Bath Society of Artists Open Exhibition, Rebecca Lisle has been invited to show for the first time with  David Simon Contemporary. This latest body of sculpture has been created from found wooden objects. The nature of the materials being ‘re-purposed’ results in beautiful objects that have a sense of age and patina to them. Many of the forms have been developed from the artist’s lifelong study of botany, depicting ideas of seed heads, flower patterns and root and stem cross-sections.

 

Dark Harmony (pair)

wood
25 x 10 x 10cm each

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing Lasts

wood
48 x 40 x 15cm

 

 

 

 

Two Imposters (pair)

wood
38 x 20 x 10cm each

 

 

When the Moon

Creeps Up

wood
43 x 26 x 7cm

 

 

 

 

Coming Up Sideways

wood
25 x 23 x 10cm

 

 

In My Sleep You Fly

wood
50 x 20 x 20cm

 

 

Inside Out

wood
35 x 25 x 15cm

 

Thinking in Broken Images

wood
42 x 12 x 18cm each

 

 

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