Light Obscurity

Once the final coat had been applied, the artwork was packed and dispatched for installation at Broomhill. It was great to finally see the sculpture in the environment it was intended for. The location in the grounds allows the work to be viewed from multiple angles, the white surface reflecting the dappled light beneath the trees and the surrounding plants.

I would like to thank the Broomhill team for their support to realise this work. If you are interested in receiving updates on future projects please visit, http://www.laurengoldie.com and leave your contact details.

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Carving the Contours

Blog 2 (1 of 1)

Illustrating the carving process for creating the maquette, using a file to shape the Polyurethane.

My work focuses on the narrative of negative space and the complex impact of a missing object on a remaining structure. Previously, artworks were made from fragile glass and microcrystalline wax for unique filtration of projected light. Object and projection are temporal, each dramatically altered by their environment and rate of deterioration.
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