Copper, stoneware ceramic, glaze and cement
entire installation – $12,000 or $4,800 each
The sculpture, ‘Tree of Gratitude’, is a homage to the native flora and fauna of the Wollombi Valley. The tree like structure supports native birds and plants along with whimsical figures that reflect an appreciation and a celebration of the natural world.
Kate is represented by Art House Gallery, NSW, Catherine Asquith Gallery, Victoria, Beaver galleries, ACT, Gallery One, Queensland. Kate Dorrough has exhibited in numerous group and selected exhibitions, such as the Salon des Refuses, the Mosman and Paddington Art Prizes and the Melbourne Art Fair. She has been selected for the Hill End Artists Residency, the Bundanon Trust Residency, the Art Gallery of NSW Denise Hickey Studio Residency, Paris.