Gallery

Artworks

Artworks

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Aku Aku: The Journey from Central Asia to Easter Island (2016)

 

Using collage as her mode of exploration, Rae Bolotin fulfils a childhood dream of visiting Easter Island after reading Aku Aku as a child. Playing with depth and form, the works intertwine memory and narrative, as the gestural paper extends out of the frame to draw the viewer into a visual journey.

In Search of a Metaphor
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In Search of a Metaphor (2015)

 

Site-specific work created directly on the wall at the location.

Wall mural and 3 dimensional transparent paper.

 

 

Family Silver

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Family Silver
Stella Downer Fine Art Gallery
2 Danks Street, Waterloo
Jan 23 – Feb 16, 2013

 

Solo show that deals with issues of family values

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Drawings

In this exhibition Rae presented a series of drawings inspired by Spanish poetry.

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Seeds

The Seeds body of work consists of two groups: Seed Trees assembled from shapes that closely resemble real seeds; and Seed Forms that, though inspired by images of seeds as seen under a powerful microscope, don't belong to any specific plant, they are a product of imagination.

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Mount Tomah Gardens

Seeds solo exhibition at Mount Tomah Botanic Garden.

Stella Downer Fine Art Gallery

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Seeds were exhibited in Rae's solo show at Stella Downer Fine Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

Peels

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Peels deals with the memory of the original form combined with the complexity of playful shapes. Made from stainless steel using traditional metal beating techniques.

Double Peels

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Made from two materials - stainless steel and copper, interwoven into complex shapes. The two peels are separate forms that do not touch.

Peeled Lives

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Multi-layered conceptual work executed using both ancient and contemporary techniques.

Liquid Metal

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Playing with the imagined fluidity of materials.

Concrete Cider

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Use of an ordinary material (concrete) and an inspiration from a familiar object (apple) to create unexpected and challenging work.

Age of Concrete

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The first solo exhibition of works, all made of concrete. The result of years of material research and ideas development.