Fiona Hall."Plumeria acutisolis, frangipani, araliya, malliya poo" (1999) Aluminium & steel (Part of the famous 'Paradisus Terrestris" series made from sardine tins)

Fiona is an Australian artistic photographer and sculptor. Hall is representing Australia in the International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale in

Fiona Hall, Pride, Seven Deadly Sins, 1985

Fiona Hall, Pride, Seven Deadly Sins, 1985 Her work spans mutiple disciplines and broadly deal with order and chaos, good and evil.

Fiona Hall, Atnyem, (Alyawar), Acacia kempeana, witchetty bush,  Aluminium & steel From the series: Paradisus Terrestris, 1999

When Life Bursts Forth -– The Paradisus Terrestris series by Fiona Hall

THE DAILY HERO: Fiona Hall

Braving Sydney's torrential rain yesterday to visit the MCA's renovated wing - Adelaide based artist Fiona Hall was the standout.

Paradisus terrestris (detail) by Fiona Hall - get students to use found cans and tins to sculpt a low-relief sculpture - yr 11

This picture shows a good contrast between the base and the tree. it is a low relief sculpture

Fiona Hall, Leura, New South Wales, 1974

Fiona Hall Australia Leura, New South Wales 1974 Gelatin silver photograph

Fiona Hall, Aluminium & steel From the series: Paradisus Terrestris, 1999

Fiona Hall, Paradisus Teretris, Aluminium and tin, 25 x 12 x 3 cm

Fiona Hall, an incredible Australian artist who works across multiple mediums

Fiona Hall, an incredible Australian artist who works across multiple mediums

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