Friday, 5 May 2017

Kuriology Sculpture - A FREE Exhibition at Cornish Museum

Kuriology Sculpture - ‘From behind closed doors’

FREE exhibition of a local disabled ‘outsider’ artist’s sculptures.

To be held at Helston Museum Gallery.  22nd June to 1st July 2017

See youtube video:

An exhibition of ‘mixed media’ sculptures primarily created using reused, recycled & re-purposed materials. Using objects gleaned from car boot sales & charity shops on rare trips out with Red Cross initiated befriender &/or more latterly the artist’s disability service dog.

The sculptures reflect a love of museum ‘Cabinets of Curiosities’, Natural History, Taxidermy, witchcraft & pagan folklore, as well as figurative sculptures influenced by Greek/Roman mythology & history.

“Housebound on disability benefits for 10yrs means a lot of time, but few resources to teach oneself to sculpt” – The Kuriologist

There is also a justgiving fundraising appeal to help meet the artist’s costs of staging the exhibition

NB: Commission on sales of Kuriologist sculptures sold at exhibition will help fund award winning Helston Museum in Cornwall