LOCAL artist and found object sculptor Wayne Hill, of Riverton, has ferreted through decades of his artworks, as well as creating “new stuff” for his latest exhibition.
“It’s been a long time since I have done a real condensed solo [exhibition], which got me thinking… so I have been looking through some old stuff, like from when I was 3 to now”, which covers more than five decades of work.
As well as his historical pieces, Hill said his latest exhibition would include two dimensional and three dimensional works which would fall into five categories, including Music By Wind, Surfboards, Poetry, Jewellery and a book he was creating based on the house he grew up in in Riverton.
“There will be snippets and memories… and flashes, and photos of black and white photos.”
He was also in the process creating an audio visual, How, And How Not To, Make A Liquid Spaceship, for the exhibition.
“I am working on more than 80 pieces, but by the time I have edited them down, I am hoping to have about 30-40 pieces hanging.”
All items will be for sale.
Journey of a Psychonaut will open on Monday, January 28, until Sunday, February 17. Wednesdays to Sundays, 11am-4pm. Riverton Community Arts Centre, Palmerston St, Riverton.