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String Theory II

Painted steel on base

160x220cm

Landmark sculpture

Contemporary Landmark Sculpture
Powder coated steel -Exterior sculpture

Lorry Wedding-Marchioro uses imagery derived from intangible elements sourced from poetry, music and the natural world. Often a word or phrase will inspire a work, the meaning resonating with her artistic sensibilities. Myth, legend and science form a foundation in which scenes both real and imagined are accessed from memory to provide a narrative in which to express herself.
She explores form in two and three dimension, using the plastic qualities of the material to their best advantage. The work explores ideas of looking at the deeper realities of reality, causing us to notice our world in more depth, the works hint at a spiritual dimension through intense immersion in the material.
Wedding-Marchioro achieved her Master’s degree in Visual Art at the University of South Australia and is currently completing a research degree at Monash University. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout Australia, U.S.A. and Asia.

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String Theory II – 160cm

Landmark Sculpture on Display at Walsh Bay, Sydney | Presented by ARTpark Australia Sculpture & Exhibitions

String Theory II

Painted steel on base

160x220cm

Landmark sculpture

Contemporary Landmark Sculpture
Powder coated steel -Exterior sculpture

Lorry Wedding-Marchioro uses imagery derived from intangible elements sourced from poetry, music and the natural world. Often a word or phrase will inspire a work, the meaning resonating with her artistic sensibilities. Myth, legend and science form a foundation in which scenes both real and imagined are accessed from memory to provide a narrative in which to express herself.
She explores form in two and three dimension, using the plastic qualities of the material to their best advantage. The work explores ideas of looking at the deeper realities of reality, causing us to notice our world in more depth, the works hint at a spiritual dimension through intense immersion in the material.
Wedding-Marchioro achieved her Master’s degree in Visual Art at the University of South Australia and is currently completing a research degree at Monash University. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout Australia, U.S.A. and Asia.

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