Marian Giles’s works are ceramic sculptures that invite close looking and individual discovery. Since studying an Advanced Diploma in Visual Art at Central TAFE 2010-13 she has worked from a studio in Fremantle.
Marian’s art explores personal stories, inner worlds, and the effects of chance and experience on human nature – things she finds intriguingly expressed by the mutability and persistence of clay’s interactions with moulds.
She is currently interested in the history of the early colonisation of Western Australia which seems too easily forgotten, although so recent.
Featured WorkThe Life of Dr Nicholas Langley
- Year: 2016
- Materials: Fired and glazed stoneware
- Size: Installation of 9 -13 ceramic vessels
- Price: Sold