The Sculpture of Nola Jones


With unassuming elegance this book subtly guides the reader on Nola Jones’ impressive artistic journey over four decades, from weaving with fibre and copper wire to her abstract geometric and totemic sculptures.

The plenitude of artworks allows for the readers to investigate and assess for themselves Jones’ experimental development in different mediums, all characteristically linked to the tactile and the sensual.  Complementing the colour plate display is a discussion of Jones’ conceptual process and her influence on the changing nature of sculpture in contemporary art.  Personal insights by long-time friend of Jones’, Art Director Joe Eisenberg in the foreword are balanced by acclaimed American critic Jonathon Goodman’s critical essay.

Look forward to an intimate profile of Nola Jones and her lifetime of knowledge in an interview with Linda Candy.  It is a sensitive retrospective of Jones’ impressive career, a unique practice that is iconic for its rich earthy tones and emotive organic forms.

Author: Linda Candy and Jonathan Goodman
Publisher: Marnling Press
RRP: $34.00

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