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Harry Powers


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Registered: April 2003
Location: San Jose, CA
Posts: 17
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This bronze work, 27" H, abstracts a typical Australian termite hill shape, bands it like a fortified entrance and uses an approximation of a ceremonial flag. It refers to the Aboriginal dreamworld.
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dondougan

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Registered: March 2003
Location: Marietta (Atlanta) Georgia
Posts: 407
Tue August 17, 2004 10:20pm Rating: 7.00 

I really like your work as a whole - the rough irregular forms so delicately balanced in the assymetrical compositions, and the rich depth of the surface colors keep me interested. Your descriptive titles then take me to a rich interior place. too.

One regret is that your largest images are still at a relatively small scale and resolution, and I can't focus on the rich treasure I know is on those surfaces. The other regret is that you don't tell us what materials you used (excepting for the highlights in gold leaf).

Sound like I'm clamoring for more?
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