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Botanicals - Metal Sculpture

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Contemporary sculptor Christine Atkins presents a collection of eco art and installation pieces. These pieces entice the viewer to think deeply about the eco system starting from what surrounds us every day.  The majority are constructed using common plants and natural elements found in our immediate suburban environments.  The aim is to get viewer to stop and engage with their environments on a more intimate level with an appreciation for the plants and flora which make up our living world. In 2009 Atkins won the Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize - Sculpture and objects category with her Botanical sculptures. Constructed by lost wax casting, electroforming and fabrication. 

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Seedlings

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Seedlings detail

eco art

Migration I

metal sculpture

Migration II

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Migration III

botanical art

Migration  II detail

 

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Into the sea

metal sculpture

Growth

eco art

See the trees

eco art

See the trees detail

 

Waterhouse art prize

Botanica

 

eco art

Botanica detail

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Song of the boat

botanical art

Drop a whisper

environmental art

Endangered Species

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On a gentle breeze

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