Trisha Stone / Fine Art MA (Interim)

Trisha Stone’s work is primarily process driven, an engagement with materiality at its centre. Through subversive use of everyday objects she aims to re-configure their interpretation. Often using the body as a starting point to reformulate the traditional reading of women’s lives and experience. Her choice of materials echo the constant recycling of the self throughout life, whose attributed roles ascribed domestically and externally seek to frame, compress and constrain. Literally working from the recycle bin she lets unitarian forms speak for themselves.



sculpture in plant scene
The Maiden, (imagined) Coated Aluminium, 195 x 75 x 75 cms, July 2020



Sculpture in garden setting
Scrapbook, (imagined) Printed Polypropylene, 255 x 72 x 72 cms, July 2020



White fibreglass sculpture next to tree
Daphne, (imagined) Fibreglass, 350 x 120 x 120 cms, July 2020



Resin sculpture in garden setting
Lot’s Wife, (imagined) Resin, 165 x 90 x 90 cms, July 2020



4 sculptures sitting on plinth
The Four Graces, Silk Organza 85 x 24 x 24 cms, Muslin & Wax 50 x 20 x 20 cms, Rice Paper & Wax 55 x 30 x 30 cms, Milk Bottles & Plaster 65 x 25 x 25 cms, July 2020