Studio 1 - Michael Wilson

Born Hastings 1943. Educated in Sydney and moved to Eltham with Wendy in 1971. Established my first gold and silversmiths workshop in Eltham in 1974 and have been working in precious and non precious metals for the past forty odd years. www.ironandfire.com.au
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Michael Wilson -  Barramundi Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria…

Michael Wilson - Barramundi Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria…

Michael Wilson - Wallaroo Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria…

Michael Wilson - Wallaroo Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria…

Michael Wilson - Didgeridoo Dance Sculpture Wall hanging Corten steel sculpture…

Michael Wilson - Didgeridoo Dance Sculpture Wall hanging Corten steel sculpture…

Michael Wilson - Hunter Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with red earth…

Michael Wilson - Hunter Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with red earth…

Michael Wilson - Road to Ubirr Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with gold…

Michael Wilson - Road to Ubirr Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with gold…


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Michael Wilson - Road to Ubirr Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with gold…

Michael Wilson - Road to Ubirr Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with gold…

Michael Wilson - Wallaroo Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria and cypress timber base with black Japan stain. Dimensions 84cm wide (at widest) x 50cm deep x 172cm tall. The wallaroo and rock wallaby seem to be the more predominant marsupials in the Kakadu area. The greater majority of Rock Art images are of the latter two animals.

Michael Wilson - Wallaroo Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria…

Michael Wilson - Barramundi Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria and cypress timber base with black Japan stain. Dimensions 100cm wide (at widest) x 50cm deep x 169cm tall. One of the most predominant images seen on the rock walls and overhangs are those of the barramundi. The ancient Aboriginal fishermen recorded their catches on the rock escarpment walls. It is very clear from the number of drawings, the importance that many fish species had to the lives of the people.

Michael Wilson - Barramundi Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with scoria…

Michael Wilson - Hunter Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with red earth…

Michael Wilson - Hunter Free standing sculpture of Corten steel with red earth…

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Michael Wilson - Mandjawilbil Owl Creature Wall hanging corten steel sculpture…

Michael Wilson - Mandjawilbil Owl Creature Wall hanging corten steel sculpture…

Michael Wilson in his Studio

Michael Wilson in his Studio

Michael Wilson - Running Women Wall hanging Corten steel sculpture with red…

Michael Wilson - Running Women Wall hanging Corten steel sculpture with red…

Michael Wilson - Didgeridoo Dance Sculpture Wall hanging Corten steel sculpture with red earth and metal paint. Dimensions 84cm wide x 44cm high. Men participating in ceremonial dancing is a commonly illustrated subject in Rock Art images. Such activities are a very important part of Aboriginal ceremonial culture. The wonderful simplicity of the image expresses the unanimity of the dance steps to the accompaniment of a didgeridoo.

Michael Wilson - Didgeridoo Dance Sculpture Wall hanging Corten steel sculpture with red earth and metal paint. Dimensions 84cm wide x 44cm high. Men participating in ceremonial dancing is a commonly illustrated subject in Rock Art images. Such activities are a very important part of Aboriginal ceremonial culture. The wonderful simplicity of the image expresses the unanimity of the dance steps to the accompaniment of a didgeridoo.

Michael Wilson

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