Lionel Bawden joins Karen Woodbury Gallery - Art Collector

29 November 2010 | Melbourne’s Karen Woodbury Gallery has taken on representation of Lionel Bawden.

Bawden primarily works in sculpture but his practice also encompasses performance, installation and painting. He is widely known for sculptural pieces constructed using hexagonal coloured pencils, reconfigured and carved into amorphous shapes

The gallery has a range of works available to view by appointment. A solo exhibition is yet to be announced.

Jane O'Sullivan

Above: Lionel Bawden, the caverns of temporal suspension (of flesh and earth) 2010. Staedtler pencils, epoxy & incralac, 47.5 x 38.5 x 8.5cm. Courtesy: the artist and Karen Woodbury Gallery, Melbourne

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