Anatomy of the World - The Five Senses
These sculptures were made in collaboration with Judy Woodborne as part of her ongoing body of work "The Anatomy of the World"
Bee sculpture produced for the Buzzted Exhibition hosted at Almenkerk Wine Estate, Elgin. The main body consists of a hexagonal veneer inlay (kiaat, maple, oak, walnut) to make the stripes, with dry/burnt protea husks for the back and feathers for the head. The wings are etched brass, and it stands mounted to a salvaged rosewood base.
Outdoor sculpture produced for the Buzzted Exhibition hosted at Almenkerk Wine Estate, Elgin. The aim of the exhibition, curated by Alex Hamilton was to raise awareness for the plight of the honey bee. This sculpture consists of around 100 individual casts.
This series of cement feathers were created for a short exhibition at the Woordfees (2017). The exhibition was themed as a response to the South African film "Road to Mecca" and inspired by the legacy of Helen Martins and her 'Owl House' in Nieu Bethesda, Eastern Cape.