Public Art

Home Economics Installation

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Home Economics Installation

Home Economics “Home Economics”┬áis a series of wall-mounted sculptures of women in doorways, one for each decade of the 20th century. Each figure is an interpretation of a woman of that decade and her stance in the doorway is a metaphor for her perceived position in society. For more detail, please see the Home Economics page on this...

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The Darling Fairy

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The Darling Fairy

Winterstone, wire and solar-powered glass

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Enraptured

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Enraptured

Winterstone and copper wire on wood base

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Jasper Martin: Founder of Milton

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Jasper Martin: Founder of Milton

High fired clay with oxide stains on limestone base.

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Fragility

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Fragility

High fired clay with oxides and glazes and cement

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Airing our Unmentionables

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Airing our Unmentionables

fired clay and canvas on metal clothesline.

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