Personal connections with landscapes transcend time and space in Beverly Moxon’s work, ‘Infinite Horizons’. Moxon’s vessel, constructed from pine needles and lomandra grass has a personal connection with landscapes she has encountered. Binding and coiling the rows together with thread becomes a physical as well as a conceptual means of connecting the past with the present. The abstract vessel, shaped like a celestial sphere, spirals outwards and expands horizons in all directions.
Pine needles, lomandra grass, gum nuts and waxed threads.