A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

One more small piece of fence

Coolum, Time and Texture
Carl Holder 2012 
Although Coolum Beach is a changing place, its original and enduring natural qualities are constant and timeless.  This artwork celebrates those qualities through and indirect expression of their textures and forms in a fluid and tactile three-dimensional timber surface. 
This artwork is designed to present an ever-changing, multi-layered aesthetic, which responds to changes in light, perspective and distance.  Shadows created by the three-dimensional forms change as the sun passes across the distance;  the interplay of light and dark appears to invoke the form of a wave rising and falling at the base of Mount Coolum.  When viewed in detail, the micro textures reference the minutiae of life at the beach - rock formations, ripples in the sand, and glistening reflections of water.

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William Kendall said...

Quite an appealing texture!

Linda said...

Oh, that is beautiful!

Glennis said...

The texture is very beautiful,

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