Artwork of the Day – Sarah Robinson and Sandie Henderson

Anatomy-Red-Blue.jpgLiverpool Artwork of the Day – Monday January 29 2007. Anatomy Red & Blue by Sandie Henderson from ‘A Faulty Dissection’ – Lithography and Sculpture by Sarah Robinson and Sandie Henderson At The Bridewell Studios Liverpool

Note: Although Sarah and Sandie work as a team for this exhibition, Anatomy Red & Blue is not a joint work. This piece is a Sandie Henderson work and was exhibited at the Atkinson Gallery’s Sefton Open 2006.


Saturday 27th of January to Saturday 24th February 2007

Wednesday to Saturday 12.00 – 17.00


Wednesday 28th of February 13.00 – 15.00. Collage for Adults

Saturday 3rd of March 14.00 – 16.00. Printmaking for Children

A Faulty Dissection is an exhibition of sculpture and lithography that seeks
to provide a contemporary interpretation on the classical theme of equine
anatomy. Produced with the precision and technical mastery demonstrated in
traditional scientific drawings, these works succeed in being more than just
illustration; they possess a delicate and visceral sensuality toward the
fragility of flesh and bones. Castration Irons by Sarah Robinson is
simultaneously beautiful but brutal in its depiction of a surgical
implement. Passive and attractive in its subtle rendering, it is only when
we understand the true use of the portrayed object, that we are confronted
by it’s ability to cause distress to living flesh. Inspired by George Stubbs
1766 publication “The Anatomy of the Horse,