Weight 7.8 kg
Dimensions 150 × 100 × 2 cm
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Pack and send. Place and enjoy.

The ceramic installation represents the ‘stream’ of pollution and plastic flowing into our creeks, rivers and waterways.




Availability: SOLD


Sculptor Bio

Kay Sheeley

Kay Sheeley

M: 0408019112
H: 4996 5547
Resides: Dungog Shire


  • 2018 Merran Esson, Glaze Workshop
  • 2016 Glass Blowing, Setsuko Ogishi, Orgishi Gallery, Pokolbin
  • 2014 Leadlight Course, Art Mania, Newcastle
  • 2013 Lino Printing Workshop, Miranda Earle
  • 2012 Scared Drawing and Fabric Printing Tessellation Workshop, Miranda Earle
  • 2012 Etching Workshop, Newcastle Printmakers Workshop
  • 2008 Manipulated Digital Media Workshop 3D Sculpture Workshop
  • 2007 Printed Clay Workshop
  • 2002 Certificate I & II, Digital Media, TAFE, Hunter Street Campus
  • 2000 Certificate I Wet Photography, TAFE, Hunter Street Campus
  • 2000 BA Education/Fine Art, University of Newcastle. Major Sculpture, minor printmaking (etching)

Exhibitions and Installations

  • 2019 Totem Pole Installation, Private Property, Dungog Shire
  • 2018 Site Specific Installation, ‘Leaf Spiral’ Dungog Shire
  • 2018 Site Specific Installation, NAIDOC Week, Singleton
  • 2017 Site Specific Installation, NAIDOC Week, Singleton
  • 2009 Totem Pole Installation, Singleton
  • 2001 Site Specific Installation, Allyn River, Chichester State Forest
  • 2000 Site Specific Installation, Crowdy Bay National Park
  • 1999 Watt Space Gallery, Bronze casting installation
  • 1999 Site Specific Sculptural Installation, Broke

As an emerging artist, I am currently exploring medium format sculptural ceramic forms ideal for a garden or courtyard setting. I like to explore the incorporation of bold and contrasting colours as a focal point.

2000 - 2019 Secondary Visual Arts/Photography (Wet and Digital)

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