'We made the pilgrimage to Ballarat to see your work at the Unicorn Lane Gallery space.
I loved every piece and the way you have created such poignant beauty out of the materials
I am much preoccupied with the ubiquity of plastic in the river and the bay and how to
communicate about it.' JB.
This Collier Tribal II was published in Vogue Living Nov-Dec 2013 edition
Just wondering if your lovely artwork Collier Tribal II is available as print and if so where could I purchase??
Just love it!' Liz M.
Now a limited edition of Collier Tribal II is release as prints for sale-Please contact me for more details
'I was looking forward to seeing your exhibition as I share the concerns you explain on your website.
But the exhibition is in a realm way above and beyond my expectations.
Your artist statement says it all far better than I could ever find the language for.' Janet B.
'I just love the 'Up Side Down' jellyfish it really speaks to me. It is an interesting shape and clever use of single use plastic packaging material and it looks great on a pedestal in a garden setting.
'Great work! Discarded objects will have a profound effect on our future: Your artworks make us more aware of the throw-away society we live in.' Lance L.
'I visited the St Kilda Gallery today for the 2nd time and loved gazing at your jellyfish once again. Whilst its fun to realise what it's made from, your piece transcends that and is BEAUTIFUL.' Ling H.
'I am standing in front of your sculpture/installation 'The Great Mother Goddess' - amazing and beautiful - a dark dancer at the Follies Bergeres - figures within figures - buttons, net, stockings, ribbons and the whole thing is moving - quite erotic. Very feminine - it could be a dance of death - when you move closer and see the detritus on the ground... A FANTASTIC work! A great exhibition! Glad I have seen it!.' Henkell P.
'Am in love with this piece 'Hidden' made of found black plastic straws and the cast it projects on the wall'. Scott L.
''Urchined' I love this work! It is just wonderful!' Julia M.
© Carolyn Cardinet 2016