Brendan Huntley

As the saying goes, eyes are the window to the soul.  Whether, in placing their eyes, Huntley uncovers the souls in his objects and paintings or gently guides them into being, it is in these apertures that their life force seems to be contained.  Before any appraisal of colour, form or texture can be made, you must let them look you in the eye. – Francis. E Parker, Curator, Monash University Museum of Art, 2011

View the 2021 Without Within online viewing spaces for painting and sculpture.

Read the 2018 Sky Light Mind exhibition essay by Danae Valenza or the media release.

Untitled 2014
Stoneware, terracotta, raku, slip and glaze (left) Terracotta, stoneware, slip and glaze (right)
31 x 28 x 24 cm (left) 55 x 40 x 19 cm (right)
Untitled 2013/2014
Terracotta, stoneware, slip and glaze
41 x 23 x 20 cm
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
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Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view
Figuratively Speaking 2015
Installation view