Garth Henderson is a Melbourne based artist whose current work explores the space between the real and the virtual, utilising 3D modelling and sculpting software, presenting in final form as limited-edition archival prints on museum paper.
Digitally sculpted by the hand and eye to form intricately hyperreal studies, he explores the complex geometric beauty of iconic natives and the boundaries of traditional Australian botanical art.
“By referencing flora, my work has a creative approach rooted deep in experience as a visual artist and horticulturist. I appreciate my visual style is informed by a combination of my background in photography and horticulture, and a childhood spent in an extraordinarily botanically rich corner of Western Australia. As a visual artist, I am primarily interested in organic geometry, in particular the unique and evolving mathematical permutations of Australian flora. Works are an investigation of their complex form: plant species as mathematical constructs and organic architecture. The iconic Banksia species have become a signature theme.”
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