Carolyn V Watson’s exhibition, all glory is fleeting (memory and hand) presents a combination of sculpture and drawings.
Carolyn V Watson’s exhibition, all glory is fleeting (memory and hand) presents a combination of sculpture and drawings. Contributed

An exhibit to BRAG about

THE latest exhibition to open at BRAG was especially created for the Bundaberg art space by Brisbane artist Carolyn V Watson.

The exhibition, all glory is fleeting (memory and hand) presents a combination of sculpture and drawings and will open from Tuesday until January 10.

Over the past 18 months, she has spent countless hours preparing her pieces.

In particular, Carolyn's imaginative animal sculptures are all made by hand using a huge variety of recycled materials including bone, leather, cloth, charcoal, timber and polymer clay.

As well as her sculptures, Carolyn's exhibition includes 10 drawings on linen which connect to the themes and figures of her sculptures.

Bundaberg Regional Galleries exhibitions officer Trudie Leigo said Carolyn's work is both surprising and delightful.

"The exhibition will definitely appeal to visitors of all ages as they engage with Carolyn's artistic creativity".

Carolyn will spend the week in Bundaberg and is keen to see how visitors respond to her work.

"My sculptures and paintings always evoke a range of emotions and responses. It can be a little confronting at first, but ultimately most people find it intriguing".

The official opening is tomorrow at 5.30pm in Gallery Two at BRAG.



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