Broonke and more art by Felicity Law

Broonke, 2020
27 x 30 x 16 cm (h x w x d)
AUD $ 360
for sale

I am an artist, musician and climate activist who lives and works alongside the Merri Creek in West Preston. I primarily work as a sculptor, using both ceramic materials and also materials from the natural world including bones, bone ash, blood, feathers, fungi and mycelium. I make sculptural work that attempts to reflect living ecological systems.
I want my sculptural works to appear as if alive and able to move, and interact, as if in a musical ensemble.

Making work assists me to better manage my overwhelming ecological grief about the pain of our times, the escalating and rapid decline of earth ecosystems. Species extinctions are occurring as we crazy human beings sleep walk in complicity through our business as usual world, seemingly disconnected from the reality that we too are dependent on an ecosystem made up of bees, soils, fungi, birds, animals, grasses, water, plankton, air.

My work references these interconnected aspects of ecosystems.

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other works by Felicity Law

Nuelle, 2020
27 x 36 x 29 cm (h x w x d)

Maawa, 2020
21 x 24 x 14 cm (h x w x d)

Olivia, 2020
30 x 32 x 19 cm (h x w x d)
3D Sculpture ceramic

more from Satellite Projects inc

Untitled 4, 2014
56 x 56 x 3 cm (h x w x d)
Sharpie pen

Meditiations: Red, 2018
78 x 35 cm (h x w)
Aquatint etching on Hahnemuhle

Meditations - green, 2018
78 x 35 cm (h x w)
Aquatint etching on Hahnemuhle

Jardin Majorelle 2, 2015
60 x 40 cm (h x w)
Photogravure Printmaking paper
Etching Ink (edition of 15) (unframed)

Gevillea Sketch 01 - Detail 03, 2019
77 x 53 cm (h x w)
Giclee Print on 210gsm Ivory Archival Matte Paper (framed)


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