Art in three dimensions

It is a few years ago that I decided to extend my art into three dimensions. This was one of the first called Stratis Spatii, intended to take my two-dimenional abstract work in a new dimension. One of two of them have been exhibited publicly when the Liverpool School of contemporary artists (of which I was a founder member) put on two shows at the vast Liverpool Anglican cathedral.

Altogether, I created four sculptures, all in wood. I would have liked to have created them in metal like Anthony Caro, but sadly I simply did not have studio space or the equipment to emulate him.

I guess you either like and admire work like this or you hate it. There doesn’t appear to be any grey area. Hopefully, you will like it.

Published by pod1942

I am a cereer journalist having worked for the London Dail Mail, Reuters and latterly the Liverpool Daily Post on Merseyside as well as the journalists’ leader in the region. I have experience as a crime reporter, feature writer, business editor and latterly, a senior sub-editor. My qualifications include a BA (Hons) English, from the University of Liverpool; a BA (Hons) Fine Art and an MA in Creative Practice both from Liverpool Hope University. I now divide my time between art and writing. I will shortly be publishing my first full-length novel, The Poseidon Files and as a taster I have written a short story which features the same central female character in which she talks about her world and her life. It is, however, essentially a ghost story.

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