Paul Selwood: A Survey of Small Sculpture

Paul Selwood’s art practice spans five decades. This exhibition presents a survey of small works across varied and developing themes. Selwood uses a ‘cut and fold’ technique, drawing on steel then cutting and folding the plate to create three-dimensional sculptures with a unique shape, light and shadow.

‘The constant invention in his work, his determination to find his own sculptural forms and express them clearly and his success in this regard, mark him as an artist of innate originality.’ – Geoffrey Legge, Watters Gallery

Paul Selwood, Slow Burn, 2008, painted steel, 59 x 73 x 29cm
Photograph: Bruce Tindale. Courtesy the artist and Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre, New South Wales

Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre
Until 26 August, 2018
New South Wales


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