Fred Graham - Creator of Forms
Te Tohunga Auaha
- PUBLISHED: August 2014
- SUBJECT LISTING: Art History
- BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: 200 Pages, 8 x 10 in, 120 illus.
- ISBN: 9781775501343
This comprehensive survey of the art of Fred Graham details the artist’s life from his childhood in the Waikato to his career as a sculptor. Fred Graham is a leading figure in New Zealand’s art world. He began as an art teacher, and since 1984, he has been a full-time sculptor, producing a wealth of work and having sell-out exhibitions. His work is displayed in public spaces in New Zealand and several Pacific Rim countries including the United States, Canada, and Korea. This book is richly illustrated with photographs of the artworks by award-winning photographer Geoff Dale, and it includes essays by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, Robert Jahnke, and Jill Smith that discuss Fred Graham’s work in the context of New Zealand art.
Authors & Contributors
Maria de Jong is a writer and biographer who has a Diploma in Journalism from Auckland University of Technology. She is the author of Island View.