Stephen Glassborow, Jason Jeynes & Herman Pekel TVH Exhibition 2006

Stephen Glassborow presents classical figures with a unique abstraction that makes his sculptures aesthetically magnificient yet cleverly thoughtful. Stephen’s synthesis of invention, form and balance set in bronze reveres what is beauty whilst simultaneously begging the same question. Jason Jeynes derives his artistic inspiration from the female form in the like of Caravaggio, with sensitive realism and honesty. His art honours women and captivates the viewer just as the subject evidently captivated the artist. Herman Pekel offers artistic technique itself a retrospective, with a return to traditional principles and aesthetics. This published and award winning Melbourne artist is a humbling treat for Sydney art goers. Herman’s career is an extraordinary tale with 90 major awards, notable prizes and feature publications as well as extensive national and international private and corporate collections. Exhibition opens 12th of August to the 24th of August.

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Stephen Glassborow

BORN 1951 England STUDIES Newcastle upon Tyne and at Brighton College in the United Kingdom Tyneside Foundation Course Newcastle Upon Tyne, Sculpture B.A. Hons Brighton College of Art B. A. … read more →