Moira

Moira

Moira

Moira

Moira

Blott Kerr-Wilson

The shell species is from the Abalone family, commonly knowns as ‘Asses Ears’, found in abundance around the Indo Pacific Ocean. By careful and deliberate placement the artist has ensured the irridescent surface of the shells catches the light and their form creates mesmeric contrast and texture.

The movement through the work is dynamic, and when viewed in person the shells almost appear to move as ones perspective on them shifts with the ambient light. There is a flow and serenity in the work, as though a wave has just swept over the piece, instilling a deep sense of calm.

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