“The reason I make art is multi-layered. Personal enjoyment, pushing the boundaries of what is perceived as traditional wood turning, adding social comment or humour to a piece. Equal satisfaction is achieved from burning, painting, texturing or plastering a piece of timber as there is in showing off the beautiful grain and natures patterns of a polished finished piece. I believe concentrating on form is far more important than technique. These are some of the principals I use to achieve my Art”.
Brad Moss on “Images of Tasmania”.
Brad’s quote highlights the divergence that creates his unique position. His ideas and designs transform into high end object production ranges that tend to have a 2-3 year life-span before they are replaced with new products. They are distributed through exhibitions, design centres and targeted retail outlets, the market is primarily national and international, people who collect on a repeat basis and with an interest in object based art that pushes multiple boundaries. Brad’s international reputation is demonstrated with his featuring as the cover article in the April 2017 “American Woodturner”.