Amazing Art Works From Dilys Jackson

“My work derives from the kinaesthetic relationship that I experience between natural forms and those of the human body. My perception of shape , mass and process in the world around me is arrived at not only through my eyes, but also through the sensation of myself in space. I mainly use metal and stone to realise these relationships. These materials have an intrinsic weight and presence through which I explore both their mass and internal space, but also the shapes that derive from the perceived processes of growth or movement which appear to have formed them. In my drawings I tear paper and pigments as sculptural elements. The works have formal elements of both sigularity and division by which I seek to express the dynamic balance between the pressure of the weight of the whole and the release of pressure between parts.”

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