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Sal Long

Tenderness (by Guest Blogger LOL707) Buying a piece of art can be scary. People assume that you must know about ‘art’ or think of art as something you saw in the National Gallery. So what if you owned piece art. Is it different to buying something decorative for your home? Homeware stores around town offer so much choice, from urban cool to classical …

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Public Art for Eliza Ponds Estate

Eliza Ponds Public Art

Eliza Ponds is a new subdivision in Spearwood Western Australia sited where for 100 years Watson’s Foods founded by William Watson produced its Watsonia branded smallgoods and dairy products. I was asked to produce concepts for 6 public artworks that celebrated the history of the site for inclusion in the public open spaces within the subdivision. The commissioner of the works …

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Beseech public art for the City of Vincent

Beseech a Public Artwork for the City of Vincent aka The Big Blue Head

A Public Artwork for the City of Vincent The work was to be positioned in front of a recently completed 4 storey building. Whilst not large in itself the building is much larger than those around it and is on the commercial fringe of a large residential area. By introducing an oversized head into the street scape I was attempting …

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Pygmalion a pop up exhibition for the Beaufort Street Festival 2012.

Beaufort Street festival Pop up exhibition by Ken Seale

Thanks to the generosity of Beaufort Realty I was able to stage a pop up exhibition during the Beaufort Street Festival 2012. It was a very successful event with lots of visitors. The exhibition was officially opened by John Hyde the Shadow Minister for Arts. It was a great night thanks to Pam Herron (below), Jon Adams and the other …

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Elements Ex at Elements Gallery Dalkeith

Sculpture from Elements Ex exhibition by Ken Sealey

Elements Ex gallery link Discussing one of my works with my friend and fellow artist John Cullinane. This work is entitled “King of the Beasts”. We have dominion over all of the animal kingdom and yet we are regularly defeated by our own thoughts. This is the price we pay for replacing instinct with our own decisions. Laminated aluminium composite 2000mm …

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Dive a Public Art work for the City of Melville

Dive Cover

My long time friend and assistant Greg Hatch sorting out the components. We have installed the slotted base and end pieces. Now we are attaching one of the plywood slices to the first sheet of glass. A few more sheets of glass and the form is starting to be visible. Here I am reflected in the glass after a few …

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Human Selection

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