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Issue 06, 22 September 2011
 
Artist - David McKay Harrison
Feature - Prints
Featured Artist -  Tamorin Lavers
 New Work In The Gallery
  
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David McKay Harrison
David McKay Harrison is a formidable sculptor. His languid nudes possess a freedom of form that contributes to their appeal. Within the solidness of the bronze medium, David has created a unique sense of movement. His aim is to capture the femininity of his subjects and his attention to every detail make him a master of his medium. His sculptures are incredibly tactile, urging you to stroke the sloping back or sweep the hair away from a face to uncover a gentle smile. His animals also appeal to our senses and are executed with an amazing technical precision. The mottled surface of the bronze dances with varying degrees of light and creates a textured surface on his smooth sculptures. David’s work is uncomplicated, just beautiful figures, beautifully executed. 





Prints
 

As well as our selection of original works Yallingup Galleries also has a fantastic array of prints on offer. Well renowned West Australian artist Robert Juniper is represented in a striking series of limited edition silkscreen prints on paper. Busselton based Alex Wisniewski offers a giclee print on canvas of original work ‘Flow’ in a variety of sizes. Rob Malcolm’s photographic landscape images are vailable as prints on paper, canvas or aluminium. A touch of humour pervades Shane Gehlert’s limited edition giclee prints on canvas. These carefully selected prints provide the opportunity for everyone to have their own piece by these well-recognised artists.

 
 




Featured Artist -Tamorin Lavers  

West Australian artist Tamorin Lavers draws inspiration from a childhood spent travelling the State with her professional fishing family. She would spend hours sketching and drawing and memories from this time are strongly represented in her current art. Her work is imbued with the magical simplicity of childhood in all its vibrancy. She works in a variety of mediums including pastels, oil and pen. Her subject matters are also varied but often quirky or whimsical.  

 



David McKay Harrison
Talia

Marion Joy
Scarves

Douglas Kirsop
Silent Grove









Robert Wynne
Pear and Apple


Ron van Gennip
Trading Secrets


Cate Edwards
Five Cups (Detail)



New Work in the Gallery

We have recently received some beautiful new work into the gallery.

Please click on the images above for more information on the artists and their work.