Tagged: oil slick

‘The Dirigible’, Brass and lead, 2014

'The Dirigible', Brass and lead, 2014

‘The Dirigible’, Brass and lead, 2014. Private Collection.

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Various

In Progress stages of works, including Nodding Donkey, Water Tower, American Windmill Etc.

Also installations including Wind Farm. This exhibition also features paintings by Sean Penlington, which we both curated together.

 

Oil Rig, Water Tower, Nodding Donkey & paintings by Sean Penlington

Oil Rig, Water Tower, Nodding Donkey & paintings by Sean Penlington

Nodding Donkey by Alex Wood & paintings by Sean Penlington

Nodding Donkey by Alex Wood & paintings by Sean Penlington

Ceramic Gull and Gilded found wood

Ceramic Gull and Gilded found wood

Oil Tower & Ventilator by Alex Wood & paintings by Sean Penlington

Oil Tower & Ventilator by Alex Wood & paintings by Sean Penlington

Fog Horn with 'Ear' Wax by Alex Wood & paintings by Sean Penlington

Fog Horn with ‘Ear’ Wax by Alex Wood & paintings by Sean Penlington

Fog Horn with 'Ear' Wax by Alex Wood

Fog Horn with ‘Ear’ Wax by Alex Wood

Fog Horn with 'Ear' Wax by Alex Wood & Paintings by Sean Penlington

Fog Horn with ‘Ear’ Wax by Alex Wood & Paintings by Sean Penlington

Oil Tower, Bronze and Slick

Oil Tower, Bronze and Slick

Water Tower (In Progress)

Water Tower (In Progress)

CATACLYSM – The Bear Pub Friday 8 March 2013

CATACLYSM
The Bear Pub – Friday 8 March 6-8pm
296 Camberwell New Road, SE5 0RP
Buses 36, 436 and 185 from Vauxhall Bridge Road to Sacred Hearts School

Featuring: Kelly Akers, Jennifer Hawkins, Cheryl Papasian & Alex Wood

CATACLYSM, Friday 8 March

CATACLYSM, Friday 8 March 6 – 8pm

Slick (A Sandcast Bronze)

Slick (Definition: Smooth, Glossy & Slippery like Ice).

A 15kg bronze, polished complete with the ball bearing sized droplets from when it was poured represents the Oil we all use… Its appearance is suggestive of an oil slick on water, yet juxtaposed against the bronze is a low-fi model I created of the monumental Titanic. Perched precariously on top the card model crashes into the slick bronze slab creating a contrast of materials, suggesting something may happen at any moment…

 

SlickSandcast bronze

Slick
Sandcast bronze

Slick (Detail)

Slick (Detail)

Slick (Detail)

Slick (Detail)

Slick (Detail)

Slick (Detail)

 

 

 

‘PLINTH TOWERS’ – PG Dip ‘Final, Final’ Show. July 2012. Chelsea College of Art, London

Installation Photographs of my PG Dip ‘Final Final’ Show at Chelsea