Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Sally Tittman

Sally Tittman's sculptures made from reclaimed timber are wonderfully scary like spiders or fingers these wooden jointed protrusions seem to be capable of movement.
"Making art is for me simply a way of thinking, of following a visual thought through to its logical conclusion. Whether I am making tiny strokes with a pencil on paper, or joining large pieces of lumber with screws, I am using that particular medium as a language for me to explore and express those thoughts and emotions that cannot be accessed verbally." Sally Tittman

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