Bronwynne Cornish’s distinctive figurative works carry a strong sense of both their material and maker, pushing boundaries and perceptions of both contemporary craft and sculpture.
Cornish’s approach towards her sculpture has earned her recognition and critical acclaim as a highly influential contributor to New Zealand ceramics and art education.
Her work looks at the crossover between animals and people – placing those characteristics in fine balance and emphasising the “wildness” that we have lost in our lives today.
Cornish’s ceramics are in major public collections throughout New Zealand and overseas – including The Auckland War Memorial Museum, the Dowse Art Museum Wellington, The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wellington, The Wallace Collection Auckland and the Kobayashi Collection in Tokyo.
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