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Christoper Hodges


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ARTIST STATEMENT

"Christopher Hodges has been making sculpture in various forms throughout his career, at the same time producing paintings, prints and drawings. His sculptures do not preclude these other elements of his practice. In fact their forms are also enacted in countless renditions in pencil and paint, which span from sketches in notebooks to finished products in their own right. In such a way, his sculptures contemplate that interchange between surface and space, the flat and the three-dimensional, line and edge." (Chloe Watson, 2012)

Hodges has been exhibiting regularly since the late 1970's and his work is in many public, private and corporate collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria and Queensland Art Gallery.

 

To view available works, visit our website stockroom pages. To view works from the artists oeuvre visit our website artist pages.  



  • Pointer
  • Three Stack
  • Quartet
  • Yuanas Scarf
  • FLOWER
  • White Light, White Heat
  • Blood Moon
  • Hit
  • The Door
  • Artery
  • Redback
  • Blood Skin and Bone
  • Junction
  • Iris
  • Milk And Honey
  • Under Your Skin
  • Nothing Nothing
  • Under The Radar
  • Pan
  • Flamingo
  • Garden
  • Red Black Flower
  • Isle
  • Little Crow


ARTIST STATEMENT

"Christopher Hodges has been making sculpture in various forms throughout his career, at the same time producing paintings, prints and drawings. His sculptures do not preclude these other elements of his practice. In fact their forms are also enacted in countless renditions in pencil and paint, which span from sketches in notebooks to finished products in their own right. In such a way, his sculptures contemplate that interchange between surface and space, the flat and the three-dimensional, line and edge." (Chloe Watson, 2012)

Hodges has been exhibiting regularly since the late 1970's and his work is in many public, private and corporate collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria and Queensland Art Gallery.

 

To view available works, visit our website stockroom pages. To view works from the artists oeuvre visit our website artist pages.