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Sculptures

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Leroy (2018)


MATERIALS Bronze
LOCATION In temporary storage

Leroy is a stray.

 

The town’s loveable mongrel dog, albeit he’s a bit cheeky! Thus, the sculptor named him after the song, “Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown”.

 

There will be no confusion when you come across this cheeky pup! 

About the Sculptor

Brett Garling (Dubbo, NSW)

Brett Garling is widely known as ‘Mon’ to friends and collectors alike. ‘Mon’ is short for ‘Monster’ – a nickname gained at the age of five, due to his fascination for anatomy and collecting of bones and animal specimens. Born in Pambula, Mon’s work is influenced by his childhood in rural towns, such as, Lightning Ridge, Narrabri and Dubbo where his love of the bush and its characters were nurtured. Mon strives to find the presence and character in his subjects, breathing life into his work, transforming clay and paint into a vital living form. 

Mon has had over forty group and solo exhibitions and is an exhibiting member of the Sculptors Society and The Australian Plein-Air Artists Group. As a multi award-winning artist and sculptor, Mon’s work is held in both private and corporate collections worldwide. 

A fascination for the technical aspects of casting his sculptures in bronze led Mon to establish his own foundry in conjunction with his art gallery, Garling Gallery in 2004. This allowed him to have a permanent collection of both his paintings and sculpture on display. 

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