Alex Day

About the artist: My sculptures are abstract and manual, interpretations of ideas and events that are personally emotive and interesting.
The work explores positive and negative shapes, colour and light, silhouette and shadow through the welded connection of individual steel components in a lyrical and playful composition.
“The Garden of Serenity” is a continuation of ideas inspired by time spent documenting the Bendigo Cemetery, observing our drought intolerant gardens, the passions raised by our current water shortage and the remains that supplied the exhibition title.

Education: Master of Visual Art Degree
La Trobe University, Bendigo. 2001.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Ceramics)
La Trobe University, Bendigo.
First Class Honours, 1994

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Ceramics)
La Trobe University, Bendigo. 1991 - 1993

Exhibitions: 2004
“Pieces of Eight”: MAD Gallery, Lancefield
Toorak Village Festival of Sculpture
Current 2004 Indoor Exhibition: Wangaratta
UFO Show, Yarra Sculpture Gallery: Abbotsford
Gallery Without Walls Fourth Annual Exhibition: Maiden Gully
Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition and Awards: Yarra Glen
Toorak Village Festival of Sculpture
Tradition to Diversity: Bendigo Pottery Epsom
Tonksculpture: Castlemaine Fringe Festival
Site Unseen: Contemporary Local Sculpture: Bendigo Art Gallery
Contemporary Sculpture: Jackman Gallery, Inkerman St., St. Kilda
Assignment: Allan's Walk Artist's Run Space, Bendigo
FaceecaF: A Self Portrait: Band Hall Gallery, Kyneton
Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition and Awards: Yarra Glen
Horizon 02: Sculpture: Band Hall Gallery, Kyneton
Postcard Show: Linden, St. Kilda
Master of Visual Art Submission: Band Hall Gallery, Kyneton
Sculpture in the Garden: Band Hall Gallery, Kyneton
Tonksculpture: Castlemaine Fringe Festival
The Dog Show: Band Hall Gallery, Kyneton.

Fertile Ground: Bendigo Art Gallery
Another Pot Thanks: Northcote Pottery, Thornbury
C.A.C. Group Show: Convent Gallery, Daylesford
Juxta Festive Show: Colonial Bank Gallery, Bendigo
Size Isn't Everything: Cafe Torso, Bendigo
Images of Masculinity: Central Goldfields Arts Complex, Maryborough
Decisive Manoeuvres (Solo): Torii Gallery, Strathfieldsaye
A Collective Collusion: Colonial Bank Gallery, Bendigo
Sculpture Now: Castlemaine State Festival
Art in the Vineyard: Calder Highway, Harcourt
Several months spent travelling through Turkey, Italy, Spain, Portugal and England.
La Trobe University: Post Graduate Exhibition
Torii Gallery: Strathfieldsaye
Final Folio Exhibition: La Trobe University, Bendigo
Seventeenth Annual Walker's Award: Westpac Gallery, Melbourne
Raising Lazarus: Artspace, Bendigo
Mechanical Botanical: Kyneton
Phyllis Palmer Gallery Opening: Selected Works: La Trobe University, Bendigo

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