Woman (in silver) by Sonia Payes remains until 6 April

woman-in-silverLocation: Point Gama [Reed Spear], 500m south of Mokoan Hub 6: Cafe, on the Foreshore

Display dates: 9 March to 6 April 2018 Woman [in silver] stands three metres tall – imposing mercurial, multi-faceted appearances across the foreshore landscape.

The sculpture represents humanity and female strength, reiterating that history falls within the inevitable cycle of birth and death, beginning with the individual, and intertwining the past and present in the future.

Sonia Payes’ sculptures are symbols of life – seeking protection through landfall and to adapt and evolve.

About Sonia Payes: Her body of work explores the narrative of humanity’s capacity to adapt and grow in the ever-changing landscape.

Payes has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions at McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, Sculpture by the Sea [Cottesloe, WA and Bondi, NSWL Monash Gallery of Art, Scott Livesey Galleries, and in international art fairs; London, Auckland, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

See moreĀ www.soniapayes.com


Sonya Payes with her sculpture Woman (in silver) photo by Rensmart Photography