'CLOUD' Porcelain Sculptures by Jane Price
LuMu Interiors loves to showcase amazing Australian artists and we are excited to feature the 'CLOUD' Porcelain Sculptures by Adelaide artist, Jane Price. These award winning sculptures are sold in a set of 3. Each sculpture set is hand made and organically shaped so the sizes may vary slightly.
Approximate Dimensions of set: W350mm x D220mm x H180mm
ABOUT JANE PRICE:
Jane Price has been a finalist 6 times in the Waterhouse Art Prize at the South Australian Museum.
Jane’s artworks hang in private residences from Park Lane, Mayfair, London to New York, Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia-wide. Jane won second prize for her bronze sculpture in the South Australian Museum’s Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize, 2009 – sculpture & objects category.
In the previous year, Jane was a finalist and ’Highly Commended’ for her sculpture at The South Australian Museum, ’Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize, 2008’. Jane was a finalist and winner of the People’s Choice Award 2009, the Heysen Prize at the Hahndorf Academy, South Australia.
Jane had a sell-out exhibition at the Art Sydney 2009, Royal Hall of Industries, NSW. She was a recent finalist in the 36th Alice Prize, Alice Springs, NT, 2010, a finalist in the Cibo Espresso Emerging Artist Award, 2007, and winner of the SA Life ’People’s Choice Award’, 2006 Loreto Spring Art Exhibition, SA.
Corporate commissions include foyers, apartment complexes, hotels and restaurants, for the following clients: Woodhead Architects, Multiplex, Clarion Hotel Soho, The Palmer Group, The Pickard Group, Urban Construct.
Jane has a Degree in Visual Communication from the University of South Australia and a Diploma in Marketing, J.P.Young & Assoc. Born in Adelaide, Australia, Jane has worked as an art director in advertising for thirteen years in London, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. She began working as a full-time artist in 2002.
Jane pares down her subject to its barest essentials, and her focus is on mood and capturing the atmosphere of precise times of the day. Through the fluid application of paint, surface textures give way to depths of colour. The works are heavy with textural layers and sculptured definition.
Her striking sculptural abstract artworks are created on Belgian linen or canvas, incorporating fluid acrylic strokes with a multitude of mixed media layering. Jane’s artwork is extensive, including sculpture, portraits of prominent wine industry figures, abstracts and landscapes.