Simon Reece takes sculpture out of this world
Simon Reece is the definition of being a master of your craft.
From intricate works to large scale clay creations, the opportunities are endless for ceramists.
A quick glance at Simon’s creations shows he’s mastered the medium, even creating tableware for some of Australia’s acclaimed chefs and restaurants.
After studying at the prestigious National Arts School, Simon then jetted to Japan to learn from ceramic master Uneo Norihide. Since then he has also travelled to Barcelona, Valencia, Granada, Cordoba and Madrid to study and refine his craft.
Now residing in the beautiful Blue Mountains town of Blackheath, Simon creates large-scale sculptures that reflect the natural beauty of the World Heritage-listed environment, with
Sculpture at Scenic World providing the perfect setting for his most recent masterpiece ‘Neutron Waste’.
‘Neutron Waste’ will resemble a meteor shower that has “entered the earth’s atmosphere and embedded itself in the valley”, taking inspiration from the way that platinum and gold are formed in space when neutron stars collide.
Simon’s work will be showcased at Sculpture at Scenic World in the Blue Mountains from April 13 to May 13.
Showcasing works from over 35 local, national and international artists among the stunning Jamison Valley, Sculpture at Scenic World appeals to all ages with creations ranging from subtle artworks to bold installations.
Accommodation packages are available, starting from $98 per person for two nights.
For more information, visit www.sculptureatscenicworld.com.au