Kendal Murray was working in miniature, crafting assemblages that present familial scenes built into and on top of common items found in the home such as glass tea pots or coin handbags. The objects are often covered in fake grass, and present wholesome scenarios–such as a family posing on their automobile in front of fall foliage, or a human taking a jog through a grassland( while being followed closely by a heard of fluffy sheep ). The Sydney, Australia-based artist is currently lecturing in Design at the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at Western Sydney University, and is represented by Arthouse Gallery in New South Wales, Australia. You can see more of her playful sculptures on her website.
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