Regina Dudek has been creating whimsical wire and metal sculptures for the last 20 years. She draws inspiration from everyday items often deemed well past their use-by date. Where others see junk, Regina senses beauty and a rich history expressed within decay and decline.
To source the appropriate ‘treasures’ to include in her sculptures , Regina scours op-shops, garage sales, junkyards and roadside chuck-outs. She’s even been known to pick up old bottle tops from the footpath!! Each discovery… delicate chandelier crystals , pre-loved jewellery, buttons, rusting wire, odd cutlery, keys, battered pressed metal, old tapestries, lace, embroideries etc. is as warm as a reunion of old friends. Regina’s construction methods are unapologetically low-tech and all carried out by hand; binding and twisting wire, riveting and gluing.
Regina has taught in secondary colleges and conducted many adult workshops, including regular teaching spots at the Fremantle Arts Centre during her time in Western Australia. She currently lives and works from her studio in Inverloch, South Gippsland , Victoria.
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