JACKIE HINKSON

SCULPTURE

Student Work


Form Plaster
1968
University
destroyed

Interlocking Form
1969
Wood, Aluminium,
Plexiglass
University
Lost

Artist with
Fibreglass Form
1969
Un iversity

Fibreglass Form
1969
University

Floor Form
1969
University

 

Sculpture Exhibition at 101 Art Gallery

Having begun sculpture at university in the sixties, the artist continued to produce three-dimensional work on his return to Trinidad but not in the abstract style of his university period and neither with the materials of that period (plastic, fibreglass and metal) but rather wood-carved figurative work on subjects drawn from his Trinidad environment. The exhibition at Gallery 101was the first tentative effort to show this work. The exhibition at the Keskidee Gallery in 1999 was a more polished effort.

 


Sculpture Exhibit
101 Art Gallery
Late 1990s
Bag Woman and Midnight Robber

 


Sculpture Exhibit
101 Art Gallery
Late 1990s
Bag Woman and Midnight Robber

 


Sculpture Exhibit
101 Art Gallery
Late 1990s
Left: The Burden
Right: Standing Figure

 

1990s Sculpture


Bag Lady
Late 1990s
Wood
Private Collection

 


Batsman
6 feet tall- Wood
Work in Progress



Devil Angel
Wood- 1990s
Private Collection

 


Female Figure
Wood
Work in Progress
Late 1990s
Private Collection

 

 


The Artist with
Sculptures



The Artist with
Sculptures

 


Mother and Child
Wood- 1990s
Private Collection

 


Group of Sculptures
Wood

 


Standing Figure
Work in Progress
Late 1990s
Private Collection
     

 

Recent Sculpture

       

 

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