Further Forms by Greg Johns

Further Forms

 

The circular forms extend back to my earliest sculptures. While other areas of exploration have opened up over the decades there is a richness to this field of investigation which lures me back on occasions. The recently completed Dual Column (Vortex) in Melbourne is a good example.  There has at the same time been a development with these sculptures; the sections now become narrower and then broader in the following unit. What results is a more fluid form.

"From the Centre - To the Centre"
"From the Centre - To the Centre"

"From the Centre - To the Centre" 1986.

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"Returning Column"
"Returning Column"

"Returning Column" 2007 Cor-Ten Steel. Height 600cm. Collection Palmerston North New Zealand.

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"Rhythmic Circle"
"Rhythmic Circle"

"Rhythmic Circle" Cor-Ten steel. Height 330

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"Guardian Figure"
"Guardian Figure"

"Guardian Figure" 1987 Cor-Ten Steel. 250 cm height. Collection Mt Lofty Botanic Gardens, South Australia.

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"Wavering Circle"
"Wavering Circle"

"Wavering Circle" 2008 Cor-Ten Steel. 400 x 400 x 160 cm (HxWxD) Private collection Victoria.

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"Squared Circle"
"Squared Circle"

"Squared Circle" 1985 Cor-Ten Steel. 350 cm height. Collection Carrick Hill South Australia.

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"Fugue"
"Fugue"

"Fugue" 1997-1998. Cor-Ten steel. Height 475 cm. Collection Art Gallery South Australia.

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"Pattern"
"Pattern"

"Pattern" 2009 Cor-Ten steel. 350 x 350 x 270 cm (HxWxD). Private collection Bungendore NSW.

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"Dual Column (Vortex)"
"Dual Column (Vortex)"

"Dual Column (Vortex)" 2014-2015. 620cm height. Cor-Ten steel. Private collection Victoria.

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