Organic and architectural, Carla Wolfs’ sculptures involve rotating shapes composed of lines and have a simplicity that belie her rigorous making methods.
Working with different clay mixtures, often with paper fibre and/or Perlite added, Carla hand builds objects using the basic forms of circles, ovals and triangles. Lines created by the clay give movement and a deliberately fluent pattern. With the inside of a form visible through the clay lines, transparency and seclusion are created.
A well-established artist and educator, Carla has exhibited in many countries including Germany, the UK, Belgium and Hungary as well as her native Holland.
|When||until Sunday 17.4|
|Where||Watsons Arts Centre|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.