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This piece, dragonfly dancer 3, delicate dragonfly dancer and Tip toe through the tulips were all originally inspired by watching my son and his friends delicately retrieving the soccer ball out of my flower beds. They hoped I didn’t see it, but knew I did when they saw the paintings.

These works became part of the Mother nature series I did for an exhibition in Portsea. The broken sculptures are part of the damage of the soccer ball. Below is the explanation to the Mother Earth exhibition.

Mother nature it creates beauty everywhere and we only need our open eyes and our open hearts to be able to appreciate and enjoy it.

That’s why I love my garden, it is always such a source of inspiration for my art. I look at my flowers and I feel so grateful, every season my garden offers me a new expression of beauty, a new gift, every new flower is like a candy for the eye.

It is embedded in us as human beings to be attracted by the beauty of nature. For centuries our gardens have been expression of our need for beauty in the intertwine of plants and sculptures representing us living harmoniously in nature.

 The broken sculptures are like the artefacts scattered in an archaeologist’s dig, surviving time while slowing returning to the earth and nature.

Cradled in the arms of Mother Earth, lulled by the scent of flowers, resting in a blanket of colours our human forms reconnect with nature.

The calming immobility of the broken sculptures contrast with the intensity of the outburst of colours of flowers and leaves overtaking every space of the paintings.

It is the combination of Mother Earth and Time showing its incredible strength, reclaiming its own space, one petal at the time. This is a sculptural  work the weight is 10kg.

Sunflower dancer

Tea Ercoles

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This piece, dragonfly dancer 3, delicate dragonfly dancer and Tip toe through the tulips were all originally inspired by watching my son and his friends delicately retrieving the soccer ball out of my flower beds. They hoped I didn’t see it, but knew I did when they saw the paintings.

These works became part of the Mother nature series I did for an exhibition in Portsea. The broken sculptures are part of the damage of the soccer ball. Below is the explanation to the Mother Earth exhibition.

Mother nature it creates beauty everywhere and we only need our open eyes and our open hearts to be able to appreciate and enjoy it.

That’s why I love my garden, it is always such a source of inspiration for my art. I look at my flowers and I feel so grateful, every season my garden offers me a new expression of beauty, a new gift, every new flower is like a candy for the eye.

It is embedded in us as human beings to be attracted by the beauty of nature. For centuries our gardens have been expression of our need for beauty in the intertwine of plants and sculptures representing us living harmoniously in nature.

 The broken sculptures are like the artefacts scattered in an archaeologist’s dig, surviving time while slowing returning to the earth and nature.

Cradled in the arms of Mother Earth, lulled by the scent of flowers, resting in a blanket of colours our human forms reconnect with nature.

The calming immobility of the broken sculptures contrast with the intensity of the outburst of colours of flowers and leaves overtaking every space of the paintings.

It is the combination of Mother Earth and Time showing its incredible strength, reclaiming its own space, one petal at the time. This is a sculptural  work the weight is 10kg.

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