752 Magic toybox
coloured recycled wood assembly on board
Second Prize winner Sculpture Section (Class 21)
Sydney Royal Art Prize
children's "toybox", a three dimensional sculptural piece
for fun: playful,
decorative and happy.
See what can be made from dusty old discarded timber
recycled and re-assembled in a creative way!
Add a bit of colour, think of a jigsaw
and just use your imagination to make a
Hi Ernie, Congratulations. I love this piece
and can see the evolution of your art that got you there. Cheers, -- Janet
B. art and web promoter, Central Coast NSW.
Congratulations Ernie, very beautiful and at the same time
thoughtful. When you started on the reliefs, it was a new departure, and
how logical to go into real three dimensions. Greetings, - Karl M. artist,
Congratulations Ernie! Fantastic
news! You are truly a multi-faceted artist. I hope that we will get
to see some of your sculptural pieces in Mosman Art Society shows.
Hopefully will have a chance to get out to the Easter Show and see your current
prize-winning entry in person. Take care. Cheers, --
Anne-Nicole, artist Sydney.
Hi there Ernie, Congratulations! what a wonderful boost to
an artist's morale. I went onto your site and had a look at the 'Magical
Toybox'... It does look as tho' it might hold some wonderful magical
surprise, creating a strong compulsion to take a peek inside... Cheers
-- Margaret N.
hi ernie - congratulations!! a beautiful piece!! i haven't seen any
of your wood constructions in the round before - very handsome photo too -
wondering what finish you used - will it stand up outdoors, or mainly intended
for indoor use? i used to make painted wood-products (tempered masonite)
sculpture back in the early 60s - indoor use only - they combined 3-d with 2-d
spatial effects, so were hybrids -ciao -- ted k, new york artist, USA
Hi Ernie, I was able to go on-line and view your
sculpture. It looks very tasteful and "neat", pleasant to the eye, and
makes the statement about possibilities out of what seems so simple. I
think it would be attractive to people of all ages. Children would be able
to run their fingers over the surface, as would blind people as well. Good
work, and again, congratulations on your 2nd prize at the show. Shalom --
Chris R. Sydney
Dear Ernie, Congratulations. I think it is wonderful
so shall pass on your email to someone who I think would love a sculpture in
their new abode. -- Jennifer P., Community Relations, Sydney
Hi Ernie, Well done, I told you they were
good. -- David W. Sydney.
Congratulations - a great achievement. xxxxx --
Lisa, Simon Cole and Cain.
Ernie, Your sculptures are wonderful -- very innovative and
fresh. Being a woodworker myself, I admire the intricacy of the "collage"
of interwoven pieces of wood and have an idea of the careful planning, measuring
and finishing that is involved. Congratulations on your Prize! --
Astrid F. New York artist.
Dear Ernie, Congratulations on your win at the Royal Easter
Show. That is very exciting. I like your sculpture very much, it is very
original and has great appeal, I am sure you will be pursuing this new art
form. Very best wishes, -- Jeanne W. Sydney artist
Hi Ernie, CONGRATULATIONS!!!! You deserve to win
awards…. I Love your work. -- Linda J. artist, Sydney.
bas-relief, wall sculpture, recycled, timber, contemporary,
original, eco-friendly, decorative, mixed media, assembly, abstract,