Translucency
Artist PROCTER, Stephen
Birth 1946, England
Death 2001, Australia
   
Title Double Gatherer
Date 1995
Place Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Medium Blown and cut, glass forms, polished and engraved surface, glass base
Dims 76.0 x 35.0 x 22.0cm
Collection Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery Purchased 1996
AccNo 1996.006
 

Stephen Procter came to Australia in 1992 as Head of Glass Studies at the Canberra School of Art, where he remained until his death in 2001..

The work in this exhibition is one of his larger scale sculptural compositions, conceived within a strict repertoire of abstract and geometric volumes. Proctor's facility with cutting and engraving is evident in the impeccably ground and polished surfaces of Double gatherer.

His mature works deal with pod-like forms poised in a state of delicate inter-relationship and equilibrium. The 'harmonic' passage of light through these forms is the artist's central concern.

 

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