|KM Gallery, Tataraimaka, Taranaki|
|Neckpiece by Steve Molloy
||Sculpture by Anna Korver
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||Anna Korver is an established award winning New Zealand artist with a BFA in sculpture from the University of Canterbury. Korver works nationally and
internationally, exhibiting, attending symposiums and completing commissions.|
Korver's works are feminine in their identity and perspective, the fundamental concepts and feeling of the works inviting intimacy and personal
connection. The forms conceal complex ideas about feminine roles and the projection of the inner self thru the outer form. Often abstracted and
minimalist, they challenge what is traditionally female and deconstruct the social power relationships within these roles. Current works are more
tightly tied to the construction of industry and technology which is seen as a male domain compared to the traditionally feminine practice of
Korver is an executive member of Te Kupenga stone sculpture society and a trustee on the board of Eco Artists New Zealand.
More of her works can be seen on her website at www.annakorver.co.nz
|Steve Molloy is an award winning New Zealand artist currently producing works in a variety of genera including object and
installation sculpture, photography and painting. Molloy exhibits in galleries throughout New Zealand, attends many national and international symposiums
and his photography has appeared in many national publications.|
Photography is his preferred visual language; in particular documentary photography of wildlife, people and landscapes whether in urban or natural
settings. This form of photography lends itself to the instinctual spontaneity of the moment and his work offers an emotion to the viewer that surpasses
the straight documentation.
Molloy’s work is uniquely defined by his process of incorporating the use of fragmentation, movement and miniaturization as a tool to view normal
scenes and objects in a slightly abstract way. An important aspect of his photography is to capture the intended image thru the lens with minimal
work in post production.
More of his works can be seen on his website at www.stevemolloy.co.nz
Together they run the KM Gallery, in the old cheese factory at Tataraimaka (just out of Oakura), Taranaki, New Zealand.
Open weekends 10am - 4pm and by appointment
ph 06 7524131
See the gallery and the exhibition program at www.korvermolloy.com
email Anna and Steve at info @ korvermolloy.com (remove the spaces)
All images © KM Gallery.