<div style="float: right;"><a href="/wild-rhinos/webform/taronga-wild-rhinos-auction">[nodepicker==image==11277==content-image==image-inline==no-lightbox====no-caption] </a></div><h2>Artist</h2><p style="font-weight: normal;">Adair Barbara Imrie</p><h2>Title</h2><p>Geometry and the Rhino</p><h2>Proudly Sponsored By</h2><p style="font-weight: normal;">[nodepicker==link==node/11046==Major%20Supporter%20%3A%20South%20African%20Tourism==South%20African%20Tourism] </p><h2>Rhino Sculpture Location</h2><p>Mosman</p><h2>Rhino Inspiration</h2><p>I am interested in exploring the natural world and geometry. I am passionate about Science and Nature. A great deal of current research separates the scientific mind from the creative mind. I have set out to create a Rhino that unifies these apparent opposites of thought. This may metaphorically unify the community into action for these great mammals.</p><h2>Artist statement</h2><p>Adair Imrie, Australian visual artist and graduate of the National Art School in Sydney. Adair uses print making as her primary medium, including the crafts of etching and silk-screen printing.<br><br>Adair has recently returned from a tour of Europe, where she lived and exhibited in Berlin, Germany. An emerging artist, Adair has already completed a series of international residencies and exhibitions, as well as being a young recipient of The Australia Council's Artstart Grant.</p><h2>Sculpture Details</h2><p><strong>Type :&nbsp;</strong>Large (adult)</p><p><strong>Measurements</strong> : 1340mm (h) x 2250mm (l) x 800mm (w)</p><p><strong>Weight </strong>: Approximately 60Kg</p>