Sarah Irwin – Tide Pool & Jelly Fish #3 & #5

Sarah Irwin – Tide Pool & Jelly Fish #3 & #5

Sarah brings three unique pieces to Sea’spired that we are thrilled to have within our collection.

Tide Pool by Sarah IrwinTide Pool
Tide is a metaphor for time and pool for water. What looks to be a ring of stones becomes a containment of swirls carved to mimic watery movements. The spiral indicates transformation and the continuum of time as a cycle. Poetic when you consider that water makes the sand and time makes the stone.

See a video of Sarah with Tide Pool now.

Jelly Fish
#5 Spineless brainless and deadly this ancient creature eats most anything but leaves no bones. To carve a limestone block into this ephemeral pulsating animal is the fun challenge, and it hints at irony. This is the fifth attempt in a series (or bloom) of jellyfish.
#3 Spineless brainless and deadly this ancient creature eats most anything but leaves no bones. To carve a limestone block into this ephemeral pulsating animal is the fun challenge, and it hints at irony. This is the third in the series.

Multi-faceted artist Sarah Irwin was born in Orillia, Ontario in the late 1970’s. A graduate of Georgian College and NSCAD University, her art practice is based on memory and chance. She works in Hacketts Cove, NS creating oil paintings, illustrations, sculpture and assemblages.

Contact:
902.823.1873 or 902.880.9777
[email protected]
www.sarahirwin.ca

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