GALLERY > Watchers

Watchers
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize, dimensions variable
2004
Watchers
ultracal and plaster for bronze
dimensions variable
2003
Watchers
ultracal and plaster for bronze
dimensions variable
2006
Watchers
ultracal and plaster for bronze
dimensions variable
2003
Watchers, "Smirk"
plaster and hydrocal for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Smirk" (detail)
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Eyepoke"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Eyepoke"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Eyepoke" (detail)
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Eyepoke" (detail)
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Faucethead" (detail)
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Twisted"
plaster and ultracal for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2003
Watchers, "Facepull I"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, Face Pull II
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4's lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Facepull II"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Facepull II" (detail)
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Waterspout"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Waterspout" (detail)
ultracal and plater for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Schnook"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Schnook"
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, "Schnook" (detail)
ultracal and plaster for bronze
3/4 lifesize
2004
Watchers, models
ultracal with iron patina for bronze
11" h.
2004
Watchers, "Facepull I"
(model)
ultracal with iron patina for bronze
4 x 4 x 13"
2004

A sculptural installation with nine three-quarter life size figures modelled from life incorporating Gothic iconography.

The Watchers, reminiscent of traditional guardian figures, are in the guise of beings that appear human bu miss the mark.They are confrontational figures perched above the viewer’s eye, suggesting mammalian birds ready to pounce

The installation addresses ongoing questions to do with our complex psychological relationships with sculptural objects.