About the work
My sculpture is a statement in the language of sculptural form. My working method is a personal one of play and observation and improvisation. A process of discovering the sculpture rather than illustrating an idea, so I am looking for formal invention as the content and meaning of the work.
Melodic Interval has been supported by Morris Property Group.
$27,000 including GST
Melodic Interval – David Hempenstall
other photos – Heeseon Jung
About the artist
Paul Selwood studied sculpture at the National Art School in 1964-65. In 1965- 69 he worked at the Royal College of Art, London and was an assistant to sculptor Sir Anthony Caro. He taught sculpture at Bath Academy of Art UK 1969-70. Returning to Australia in 1972 his sculptures were included in surveys at the National Gallery of Australia, Mildura Sculpture Triennials and McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park. He has had numerous solo exhibitions at Watters Gallery Sydney 1972-2018 and is now represented by King St Gallery on William Sydney and in Melbourne by Charles Nodrum Gallery. His sculpture is represented in major public and private collections.
- Painted steel