LEE BROGAN

Contemporary Art & Graphic Design

Pate de verre (Glass)

Sculpture, Cast Glass, Mixed Media and Installation
Due to the special shipping requirements of glass, please contact us if you would like to enquire about the availabilty of any pieces for purchase. The works featured here represent just some of those available, more images can be sent on request.
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“Ficticious Shores #2
Installation
Slip cast ceramic grenades with earth, ocre and sealant., on screenprinted ceramic tile.
POA
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No More War for 100 Years Pt 1
Installation

This wall mounted, two part installation (12 pieces) is created from recycled materials using a mold made from an eroded WWII pistol that washed up on the shores of the Solomon Islands, and made its way to a dump in Northland. The work is a homage to the men who fought and died in the Pacific and in Europe, their remains still linger there as do their artefacts, which continue to come to light even today. The 100 years referred to in the title is from a headline in the N.Z. Herald dated 1919, after the end of the Great War, but has obviously proven to be almost the complete opposite.

The work follows the tradition of anti-war protest art established in the 1960s, using collage as sculpture and utilises recycled original prints (screen print, etchings, collograph, mono prints) original newspaper clippings, tissue paper, newspaper and fibre.

POA
“Guadalcanal”
Cast glass, wooden box, padding.

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“Talisman (for protection against foreign invaders)”

By Lee Brogan
Cast glass, recycled plate glass, bone, brass (spent bullet cartridges), metal.

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"R-evolve-r" Installation. SOLD
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"Save the Snails: Guadalcanal '44" Installation. This installation is for sale and currently in New Zealand. Available for sale at Helium Gallery, Rotorua.
The works above are from the series "Caution: Live Shells". See Monograph.
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"His-Story: Always Repeats" in the collection of the James Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland.
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"Lei Me Down Finish" Private collection.
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Shells: Various. Several available. SOLD
"The Beast and the Broadsword" Installation. Approx 1 metre x 1 metre, wall mounted, 3 peices. SOLD
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"Hold" Cast Glass. 3 piece installation.
SOLD
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"Brother & Sister" Cast Glass.
SOLD