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Abstracted swan, minimal in detail, concentrating on rhythmic designs and linear waves.
Standing female figure; the arm and clothing wrap around the figure, the eyes and hands are defined by incised lines
A dog with a child standing in front of it. The child’s hands are on either side of the dog’s open mouth. The head of a child emerges from dog's mouth.
Woman's head in profile
Study for Suzannah
Head of a woman
Two human-like figures suspended with string in semi-horizontal fashion
Linear abstract composition
Four cubes, one on top of another, supported by three vertical rods
White painted wood cupboard; 5 gallon jars displayed, one on each shelf: 1) buttons, brass wire, wax, water; 2) pair of white nylon stockings; 3) buttons, cord, wax, water; 4) buttons, plastic cube, wax, water; 5) buttons, mirror, stones, string, wax, water
Aluminum stairs leaning against perpendicular piece of steel
Phoenix Wings and Horse Masks from Phoenix
Horse's head with wing on either side
The Circle is Complete
An electro-mechanical sculpture consisting of two parts. One section is a table with a mechanical dog and a lamp. The other section is a combination of various wheels and other mechanical parts on a short pedestal.
Work consists of open drawers/boxes that contain books covered in dirt, string, hammer, twigs
Two projectors throw slide dissolves onto a screen which together form the image of a house; image of a bed spinning in a room with polka-dot wallpaper is seen, the model of a bed of which we find spinning behind our backs; text accompanies the slides; Fracturing of the work occurs - house turns red, splits and comes together again
Red and white bull lying down. Ring in nose.
Head of Bernard Naylor
Head of Bernard Naylor
The Legend of a Tilting Man
Human figure holding another human figure over his head as if to throw him; Figure is standing on box-like structure on which flame-like objects protrude out of openings that appear to be windows
Female figure sitting with knees up to forehead. Hands held up to head.
Reclining aboriginal male, laying on his right side, nude from the waist up
How Long Does it Take any One Voice to Reach Another
Sculpture consists of three steel squares hinged together side by side. The squares are painted black with intermittent red splotches. The left square has a vertical slit cut through the centre. The right square is penetrated by a megaphone shaped piece of metal.
Full length small statue of a man in formal attire. The figure is slightly turned to the left with the left foot slightly in front of the right one. Arms are clasped.
Portrait bust of a First Nations man; head turned slightly to the left.
Gaia No. 3
Figure of a woman
Abstract in the shape of a trapezoid, ressembling a four-sided, free-standing wall
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