Images: Kingpin, 2020, steel, polystyrene, foam, chocken wire, newspaper, glue, paint, plaster, funnels, powder coated steel stands, 267 x 450 x 250 cm. Grille (portrait), 2020, steel, chicken wire, newspaper, glue, paint, plaster, foam, 167 x 8.5 x 43cm. Grille (landscape), 2020, steel, chicken wire, newspaper, glue, paint, plaster, foam, 131 x 150 x 42cm. Hopper, 2020, steel, chicken wire, newspaper, glue, paint, plaster, wheels, varnish, 112 x 96 x 96cm. Roller I, 2020, aluminium, powder coated, 60 x 139.5 x 139.7 cm. Roller II, 2020, aluminium, powder coated, 65 x 150 x 149.7cm. Portal, 2020, steel, chicken wire, newspaper, glue, paint, plaster, milliput, screws, bolts, 225 x 200 x 176cm. 

Off Grid

Olivia Bax

Mark Tanner Sculpture Award Winner 2019/20

 

Cross Lane Projects is delighted to be hosting ‘Off Grid’ a solo exhibition of new work by Olivia Bax.

Bax is known for using materials such as stell, chicken wire and a generated paper pulp, consisiting of discarded newspapers and castaway household paint. She is guided by an interest in the process and physicality of construction. This is evident in the material she employs and the visual language and form of her sculptures. The texture speaks of the work’s history, revealing the process of forming the works.

‘Off Grid’ consists of large-scale floor, hanging and wall-based sculptures. Each individual section has been drawn, formed and dressed in order to play a unique part in the series.

 

MTSA Limited Editions present an opportunity to own work by winning artists, printed in collaboration with Paupers Press.  The sale of each edition goes directly towards the MTSA, supporting UK sculptors. 

 

Olivia Bax Flute, 2020, Lithograph, 60 x 50 cm, Edition of 25, Signed & dated in pencil.   

Also available: 

Anna Reading Basalt, 2020, Lithograph, 60 x 50 cm, Edition of 25, Signed & dated in pencil.


Frances Richardson MURMUR, 2020, Lithograph, 50 x 60 cm, Edition of 25, Signed & dated in pencil.

£600 unframed / £800 framed 

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