Dimensions 150 × 60 × 60 cm



These works explore the connection between women and clay, through their swollen belly’s, dimpled curves and stretch mark narratives I want to celebrate this connection.




Sculptor Bio

Natalie Duncan

Natalie Duncan

Education & training
2009 Combat Photographers Course Australian Army
2016 Clayarc Gulgong Masters Assistant (Beth Cavener)
2016 Handbuilding with Jenny Orchard Kiln’it Studios
2013-2016 Bachelor of Fine Arts, with Distinction, University of New South Wales Art & Design

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019 Pushing Boundaries, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Newtown
2018 Summer Salon, Dungog Contemporary
2018 Sculpture On The Farm
2018 Concerning Peace, Maitland Regional Art Gallery
2017 There Be Unicorns Out There, Dungog By Design, Dungog
2017 Fresh Perspectives, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Newtown
2016 Objects of Influence, AD Space, UNSW
2016 Rockdale Outdoor Gallery Art Prize
2016 Designed By, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
2016 International Womens Day Art Prize, Tap Gallery, Sydney
2016 Between, Wellington St Projects

2019 Highly Commended Finalist Napier Waller Art Prize
2019 Finalist Musswellbrook Ceramic Award
2018 Highly Commended Finalist Napier Waller Art Prize
2018 Winner Sculpture On The Farm Local Artist Category
2017 Winner Newcastle Emerging Artist
2016 Finalist Meroogal Womens Art Prize
2016 Finalist UNSW annual Emerging Artist and Design Award Finalist, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
2016 Sydney Royal Easter Show Highly Commended
2015 Finalist UNSW annual Emerging Artist and Design Award, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
2015 Finalist Ryde Womens Art Prize, Sydney
2015 Finalist Royal Easter Show Sculpture

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