My work is a mix of moments in time, memories of that time and also my mood when I put the final composition together. Someone might just pop up in a window playing the guitar in Bosa because I was thinking of my brother that day or I might have a flash back to a cheeky cow climbing some stairs from a different part of my trip to India that will suddenly walk into the frame during the Jaipur Kite Festival.
"It’s important to have a connection with the artist, almost more than the artwork itself - or at least it is for me these days. All the pieces I display throughout my house are either ‘swaps’ or bought from artists that I have worked with or have a strong affiliation for."- Heath Kane
Rob Ryan embarks upon a new direction in his latest exhibition ’Sculpture 001’. The show consists of a single exhibit, a 9 Foot tall model of a volcano. The crater at the crown of the sculpture is accessible by a set of stairs that allows the viewer to look within and view the sculpture’s interior.