As part of a 'tryptich' this is the second of 3. A reconstruction of my 'Kitch" 1970's child-hood home. Working from the original interior plans as designed by my father. The interior setting represents the large family table, circled wall paper, patterned carpet. A memory traced back to my childhood, putting together all those wonderful garish colour's. Can be bought as a set, or as a one off. A vacuum formed piece representing the 'plasticity' of the 70's. Easy to Clean.
Size include's frame.
Continuing to progress and develop artworks through an investigation of the ‘primary’ industry and it’s associations with the landscape, I look specifically at structural forms created to resource the human need.
Ideas and visuals follow a natural progression from exterior structure to interior. Inspired by the prospect of past and present works forming a visual narrative of my life and representations of my observed world, I have documented current interior / exterior forms that I am directly connected with and that demonstrate my love of travel and diverse interests.