Artist Profile : Sally Fawkes

The nature of visual perception is rich and ambiguous and can stimulate extraordinary sensory experiences. Sally Fawkes’s glass sculptures explore the intersections between the intangible and the physically apparent, expressing the possibilities of experience as the boundaries of the visible and invisible blur.

The late Dan Klein described Sally’s work as “self-explanatory narratives full of feeling and content, communicating without any need for words, delighting the eye and setting thought processes in motion.”

Her research encompasses sensory response and interactions with places and spaces; physical space, and, or concepts in space. She records historical and contemporary interests through drawing, painting, photography and recently video.

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