Most children are influenced by their parents, but when your name is Boyd, the influence can be clearly seen in works of art to be featured in a new exhibition. This exhibition presents the ceramic work of potter Merric Boyd (1888-1959) between the 1910s-1950s, and that of his son, artist Arthur Boyd (1920-1999), from the 1940s-1980s. The exhibition takes its title from two characteristic motifs in the work of the artists: Merric was preoccupied with interpretations of trees, while Arthur’s ‘ramox’ is typical of his interest in metamorphised and hybrid figures. White Gums and Ramoxes is accompanied by a well-illustrated catalogue and a suite of education resources suitable for K-12, click here to find out more:
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