Providence by Joshua Yeldham at Arthouse Gallery

Posted: November 17, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Providence by Joshua Yeldham at Arthouse Gallery
such a beautifully executed huge body of work in both scale and quantity
his spirit owls hold deep magic and connection to the spirits of place
Melody Owl acrylic, cane and instrument on hand-carved board
205 x 154 cm (framed)
Monstera Deliciosa Owl acrylic and cane on hand-carved board
210 x 159 cm (framed)
The Owl of Lord Howe (ed. of 35) unique hand-carved pigment print
160 x 130 cm (framed)Owl of Smiths Creek (no. 1 in a series of 9) acrylic on hand-carved sand cast stone mounted on hand-carved pigment print with cane on Dibond
150.5 x 276 cm (framed)
Black Moon Owl acrylic and cane on hand-carved board in antique sieve frame
52 cm diameterSilver Owl XIV hand carved aluminium with cane
64 x 38 x 21 cm
this brilliant show closes on Saturday, don’t miss it !
all photos are from the exhibition catalogue
Joshua Yeldham’s website
a short film about making Providence

Comments
  1. Liz A says:

    I zoomed in, sure I was looking at textiles in spite of your captions listing acrylic and cane and hand carving … then watched the video and realized the incredible scale of the work … it must be incredible to see in person!

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Liz))) his dedication to the spirits of place rendered with such deep attention to detail combined with the sheer size of each work filling all three rooms of the gallery just blew me away, my hair was standing on end!

  2. ReneWalkin says:

    That silver owl is just the most fabulous thing!

  3. Nancy says:

    I just keep looking and looking…such amazing work!

  4. debgorr says:

    Oh Wow! I could spend forever looking at those….

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