DancingintobattleMy life in a box

Haefligers Cottage

The landscape and the relics of Australian rural life have long been the muse of artists Harrie Fasher and Ben Milne.  They will undertake a collaborative residency initiating a dialogue regarding the expression of place. Developing relationships between line-drawn sculptural steel form, traditional raku-fired ceramics and the two-dimensional painted surface will lead to animated dialogue and experimentation.

The resulting suite of drawings, paintings and sculptural constructions will have both challenged and developed each artists studio practice, and will express the energy with which they were made alongside the unique characteristics of Hill End.

For more information about Harrie Fasher visit her website.       

For more information about Ben Milne visit his Facebook page.  

 

 

 


IMAGES: (L to R)  Harrie Fasher Dancing into Battle 2012, steel rod. 710 x 510 x 265mm. Photo: Adrian Cook Photography. Harrie Fasher My life in a box N.D, plaster, box, book. MENU IMAGE: Harrie Fasher Waiting for Billy 2011, steel rod. 180 x 280 x 98cm. Winner of Jindabynes Lake Light Sculpture. Image: courtesy of the artist.