Entries tagged with ‘Sean Henry’

Traditionally a folly is a decorative building or structure with no discernible use or explicit raison d'être. Its place in our utilitarian world is ambiguous, often used during the latter part of the…

In this sculpture there are three views of a man. His identity should not concern us, but the arrangement of his body in different attitudes suggests that his identity does concern him; he is a self-c…

Henry’s larger than life sculptures are captured in static moments, trapped in their stance and subject to the artist’s depictions of human emotion and experience. The attentiveness the artist has sho…

Walking Woman is in keeping with Sean Henry's sculptural oeuvre which is characterised by its verisimilitude and focus upon the human condition. The subjects of Henry's art are anti-heroic individuals…

In Henry's distinctive style, Walking Man shows a painterly application of colour and liberal evidence of the modelling process. The figure remains emotionally controlled, daydream-like, and serene. T…