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Seona Mason

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2017

Artworks for sale: 54

(17)

United Kingdom

About Seona Mason

 
Professional Plan
 
  • Biography
    The 'REmuse' series of sculptures are created from whole vinyl music records... nothing added and nothing removed from the original material. The abstract, figurative forms are organic in their conception, with the vinyl having a life of it's own upon heating. I pair the final sculptures with modern, geometric materials such as perspex and acrylic - the hard solids contrasting with the solidified, liquid lava appearance of the vinyl. The figures recline, dance and become caught in a movement that was previously evoked from the playing of the records themselves.
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  • Education

    1972 - 1978

    Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art - Dundee, Scotland

  • Awards

    1980

    Graduate Fellowship Awardee courtesy of The Foundation of Rotary International

    Ruth Prowse Kunskool - Cape Town, South Africa

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    1979

    Artist in Residence

    St. Andrews University's (Scotland) first Artist in Residence - prior to Eduardo Paolozzi
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Professional Plan

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Education

1972 - 1978

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art - Dundee, Scotland


Awards

1980

Graduate Fellowship Awardee courtesy of The Foundation of Rotary International

Ruth Prowse Kunskool - Cape Town, South Africa

Show more awardsHide

1979

Artist in Residence

St. Andrews University's (Scotland) first Artist in Residence - prior to Eduardo Paolozzi

There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

The 'REmuse' series of sculptures are created from whole vinyl music records... nothing added and nothing removed from the original material. The abstract, figurative forms are organic in their conception, with the vinyl having a life of it's own upon heating. I pair the final sculptures with modern, geometric materials such as perspex and acrylic - the hard solids contrasting with the solidified, liquid lava appearance of the vinyl. The figures recline, dance and become caught in a movement that was previously evoked from the playing of the records themselves.
 
 
 
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