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Marea Gazzard: Major Works

Marea Gazzard Selini Phase VIII, IX, X 2009, bronze. Heights 9, 10 and 12cm
Where
983 Bourke St
Waterloo NSW 2017
Australia
Utopia Art Sydney
When

Every day, 10am to 5pm Saturday 5 June to Saturday 26 June

Cost

Free

Marea Gazzard's successful career included being the first elected president of the World Craft Council in 1970.

Her work is inspired by natural forms as well as objects created by humans from prehistory to the present. Gazzard's work is included in major Australian and international museum collections. Marea's major work is Mingarri, a monumental 5-piece bronze which is the central focus of the Prime Minister's courtyard in Parliament House, Canberra.

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