Painting and sculpting dingoes for an exhibition

in art •  6 months ago  (edited)

This was part of the crush exhibition where myself and a handful of artists were challenged with creating artworks relating to the Australian environment, wildlife conservation and raising awareness about waste and pollution.

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early stages planning and development. Here's one of the polymer sculptures almost finished.

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I had an old Jerry can laying around and decided to put it to use. The artwork was titled "arid" a slight play on the unrelenting thirst of the mining and fracking companies in Australia.

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These guys will go on each end of the canvas seen further down.

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This was the second attempt at sculpting a larger Dingo, the first version was not able to be fired. I had to work quicker to hollow out the sculpture before it had completely dried out.

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I was also asked to do some promotional T-shirt designs where I incorporated elements from other artists works into the drawing. I've been on a short hiatus due to moving to a new place, being unwell and general chaos of life. Looking forward to posting again real soon.

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Awesome work, Jeremy! :-D
Those sculptures are looking really cool. Such great expressions in their "faces."


Thanks man, appreciate it!

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Wow, another amazing post, Jeremy. I like looking at all the stuff that you have made in this post :D.
Don't worry about taking a short break, as long as you come back XD.


Thank you! I figured I was well over due!

Great work as always! :)


Thank you Tais!

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These are amazing, @jeremyrfk ! I love also how they are trying to raise awareness for Australian's nature and animals <3 And about conservation and about pollution !!!

Really important and meaningful causes !!!

I really admire how your artworks have applications and influence in these causes, you are a really inspiring figure to me :)

The pieces are all very lovely, individually. I love all of them. You are simply amazing !


Thank you very much for the kind words @veryspider : )

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Incredible! I see you are a versatile artist.


Thanks man

that is awesome work @jeremyrfk, the painting dog on the jerry can is fantastic. the t-shirt with the pain looks nice. keep steeming on


Thank you kindly!

Interesting drawings!
I like Animals and in particular dogs. I always enjoy watching this kind of works.
Congratulations and Steem on!

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Thank you @Moncia90 !


You are welcome, my dear!😊👍
However I am moncia90 and I am a man...😅
Do not worry, because it is a usual mistake by some users!
Have a nice day

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Lol! I realized that after I typed it out and quickly edited it!


No problem, ma!!!
Have a nice Sunday!

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