John Abery | Sculptor


John Abery is an Australian artist, primarily a sculptor.

The artist works in many different styles including: classical, realism, hyper-realism, surrealism, abstract, conceptual and constructivism.  John has sculpted in a number different themes including: childhood memories and oversized toys, environmental (degradation and pollution), musical, creatures, anatomical (human forms), organic forms, fantasy, interactive (user participation sculptures), still life and perspective (point of view sculptures).

He sculpts in a number of mediums including wood, metal (steel & bronze), fiberglass and stone.

 

John studied Art and Design at TAFE and then at Monash University. John has exhibited his artwork in a number of solo and group exhibitions. John’s art work has also been featured in a number of print publications.

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“WOOD” YOU LIKE TO MEET MY OLD TEDDY SCULPTURE

“Wood” You Like To Meet My Old Teddy by John Abery. Part of the Childhood memory wood sculptures series. This sculpture was crafted in 2016 and will be on display in DO YOU REMEMBER | An Exhibition on Childhood Memory.

Highlights

  • Large: 600 x 105 x 180 cm
  • Hand crafted, unique, one of a kind, sculpture.
  • For Sale: AUD $5500

“LET GO MAN”

Let Go Man Sculpture by John Abery.  This wood sculpture is part of the Childhood memory series. This piece was crafted in 2016 and will be on display in DO YOU REMEMBER | An Exhibition on Childhood Memory.

Highlights

  • Large: 46 x 93 x 150 cm
  • Hand crafted, unique, one of a kind, sculpture.
  • For Sale: AUD $4,500

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A BOWL OF MARBLES

A Bowl Of Marbles by John Abery.  Part of the Childhood memory wood sculpture series.

Highlights

  • Large: 180 x 180 x 74 cm
  • Hand crafted, unique, one of a kind, sculpture.
  • For Sale: AUD $7,000
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My Brother Had A Big Trike


My Brother Had A Big Red Trike by John Abery. Part of the Childhood memory wood sculptures series. This is a hand crafted, one of a kind, unique sculpture. This sculpture was crafted in 2017 and will be on display in DO YOU REMEMBER | An Exhibition on Childhood Memory.

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I USED TO LOVE OUR WOODEN SPINNING TOP


I Used to Love Our Wooden Spinning Top by John Abery.  Part of the Childhood memory wood sculptures series. This is a hand crafted, unique, one of a kind, sculpture. This sculpture was crafted in 2017 and will be on display in the DO YOU REMEMBER | An Exhibition on Childhood Memory.

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Australian Sculptor


2009 His Master’s Voice Leongatha Gallery, Leongatha

2004 Music Music Music Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell

2004 Social Comment Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell

2000 Wooden It Art Resource Collec;ve. Yinnar

1999 Untitled Monash University, Gippsland Art Department Foyer, Churchill

2017 The Inaugural Sculpture Exhibitions, Gippsland Main Street Yinnar

2016 Summer Salon Art Resource Collective, Yinnar

2016 Open Studios Hazelwood South

2015 We Love Andy Art Resource Collective Yinnar

2015 Open Studios, Hazelwood South

2015 Tree Change to Sea Change Art Space, Wonthaggi

2014 Wood and Wool Art Resource Collective, Yinnar

2013 Sculpture at Winery Phillip Island Vineyard and Winery, Phillip Island

2012 Arc at 30 Smith Street Gallery, Melbourne

2012 Creative Waste Art Resource Collective, Yinnar

2012 Sculpture at Winery Phillip Island Vineyard and Winery, Phillip Island

2011 Members Exhibition Art Resource Collective, Yinnar

2011 Art in the Vineyard Lyrebird Winery, Koonwarra

2010 Sculpture in the Garden Angela Newberry Studio, South Gippsland

2006 Latrobe Space and Place Y Space Latrobe City, Morwell

2005 There is a Better Way Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell

2002 Yogurt The Counihan Gallery, Brunswick

2002 Three’s a Crowed Art Resource Collective, Yinnar

1998 Two Men Against Cancer Art Resource Collective, Yinnar

1998 Australians in New York Gelabert Studio 255 w 86 St, New York, USA

1997 A Group Show Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell

1996 An Art Show West Gippsland Art Centre, Warragul

2002 “Emit”, Monash University Student Magazine, Volume 2, May 2002.

1999 Monash University News, Volume 2. Number 7.

1998 Tracy Prochazka, “How Cancer Changed their Lives.” Express June 1998.

2014 “The Wackit” a Musical Sculpture Group Commission, for Fiddle Head Festival

2006 Musical / Light sculptures’ Latrobe Space and Place

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