Bettina Wilner-Browne — ''Forest Sunshine' Sculpture in Blue with Gold Lustre
Bettina Wilner-Browne's sculptural series at Craft features organic structures and gestural mark-making techniques resulting in works which sit somewhere between sculpture, painting and drawing.
Bettina Wilner-Browne is a Visual artist based in Beleke-Bek/Brunswick. Through contemporary ceramics she considers the connection between material, form, nature, architecture, and memory. The characteristics of her work, which include; organic structures, textural, shimmering glazes and gestural hand-building techniques, combine to produce objects that sit between sculpture, painting, and drawing.
Wilner-Browne has participated in multiple art fairs, held solo exhibitions in Sydney and Melbourne and has been involved in NGV Melbourne Design Week and the Melbourne Design Fair. She was a finalist for the Darebin Art Prize and has had a collection acquired by the Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria. Wilner-Browne completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at Monash University, Melbourne.
Material: stoneware, glaze, gold lustre
Dimensions: approx. 20cm x 19.5cm x 5.5cm