Linda Marrinon – last days

August 3, 2016 § Leave a comment

Both naive and highly sophisticated, these raw and poetic statuettes and sculptures captivate and explore. They have the quality of sketches except done in plaster, terracotta and bronze then some are painted in a light and gestural manner. Her characters are taken from Greek and Roman mythology, different periods of art history and narratives. Working from a base form, she adds, subtracts and brings depth, warmth, character and lightness to her pieces. Absolute joy to explore and engage with them.

 

Rosslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, ending 6 August 2016

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