I can’t paint, I can’t draw and I can’t weld, but I can see an empty space and I know what to put in it. – Rosalie Gascoigne.
One of my favourite Australian artists has always been Roaslie Gascoigne – and if you’ve never seen her work, I already know you are going to love it. The pieces here are made from sawn reflective road signs. She used a wide variety of materials and colours but generally she worked with discarded man-made stuff found in the landscape, but not part of it.
She is represented by Roslyn Oxley 9 gallery, which has a big web gallery of her work, and these images were lifted from there.