We do not see the world as it is, but as we are.
Veda Hallowes is an established bronze sculptor who uses fruits as a metaphor for the female form. Her tactile pieces embody fertility, sensuality, and humour.
The complex patinas and rich colours make each piece unique; simultaneously true to life and ambiguous. As substantial bronzes, they create an interesting paradox – living fruits are innately fragile and temporary.
Her ‘bronze spill pieces’ are a totally different genre, drawing the viewer in to participate in the creative process.
Her current series, entitled ‘Seeds of Change’, is a response to the Pandemic.