Kendal Murray’s miniature sculptures stage dream-like narratives that are played out by microscopic identities with giant personalities. Short stories and tall tales are enacted in a range of playful and dramatic scenarios that are imbued with social, symbolic and personal meaning. Glass teapots, grass-covered purses, mirrored makeup compacts and open books set the stage for each scenario, offering the delight of the unexpected, the puzzle of a question and the possibility of a dream escape into make-believe worlds.
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- Art review: The peculiar Library at ANCA Gallery
- Playful Miniature Sculptures Inspire Imaginative Narratives
- It’s a small world, art by Kendal Murray, Jeannie Baker and Sandra Taylor
- Kendal Murray’s Miniature Worlds
- Miniatures Scenes Sculpture with Everyday Objects
- Art Nation – Kendal Murray
- Modern art for the home
- The miniatures of Kendal Murray
- Art Guide, Ovolo Woolloomooloo, 2016