Portfolio > Scribing Tools II

Graphite Bowl
Jelutong, Found Graphite Pieces
70 x 105 x 95mm
2021
Spined Stylus Bowl
Jelutong, Toothpicks, Charcoal
60 x 105 x 75mm
2021
$225
Spiked Brush
Jelutong, Horsehair, Thorns
530 x 170 x 40mm
2021
$375
Curved Brush
Jelutong, Natural Fibre
240 x 230 x 40mm
2021
$225
Point Brush
Jelutong, Natural Fibre
2021
$275
Thorn Stylus
Jelutong, Cane, Thorns
180 x 210 x 20mm
2021
$325
Spikey Stylus
Jelutong, Cane, Toothpicks
160 x 100 x 100mm
2021
$225
Free-Standing Brush
Jelutong, Natural Fibre
350 x 280 x 190mm
2021
$225
Bristle Brush
Jelutong, Boar Bristle
155 x 60 x 60mm
2021
$125
Ink Bowl Brush
Jelutong, Natural Fibre
80 x 200 x 85mm
2021
$175

In the recent Scribing Tools I and II series, she continues to explore her interest in telling stories. She has had a long interest in creating works that explore the traditional narratives that are the foundation of our cultures.
Predominantly hand carved from timber in a naïve style, these works also feature found objects. Resembling giant, often disjointed brushes and styluses, the works encourage the audience to visualise them in use, in scrawling imagined gestures. What marks might they splash across the chosen surface, if picked up and dipped in ink? The abstraction of form and the desire to play with a sculptural ‘line’ can also be found in the linear wall pieces.