Flame-worked soda lime glass, glass paints, air dry clay, wire, found dome, assembled.
10 x 10 x 16 cm
This work references depictions of the voluptuous nude in historical western art, celebrates the feminine and the beauty of nature. The artist has a preoccupation with the sometimes overlooked ‘small things’ in our everyday environment.
This work must be hand collected from the Nolan Gallery
Helene Boyer is a Launceston glass artist who sculpturally interprets nature through her combinations of flame worked and cast glass and found objects. She delights in creating small, delicate works that express the fine tradition of women's decorative arts.