Totem Poles & Dreaming

Kay Booker’s Totem Poles dominated the rooms at Fairview ArtSpace from the moment the assembly was complete.

Diversity of technique, colour and texture allows each piece to stand both as an individual and as part of a storyline.

These pieces are made to be put outside and will stand the test of weathering.What a wonderful installation for your garden space.

Kay spoke about her travels to Japan and the inspiration gained from these trips in regards to her art practice.

The architecture, the gardens, relationship to spiritual culture and the ceramic exposure has a representation in this work.

The support selection of Australian indiginous artwork enhances the totems and evokes a storytelling of its own.

Organic in its nature, this is a show not to miss .

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Kay Booker’s Totem poles

 

 

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