Art of Jock Clutterbuck | Author: Sasha Grishin
Jock Clutterbuck is a remarkably accomplished sculptor and printmaker, whose distinctive abstract imagery is equally expressive in either medium. The identifying characteristics of this artist's works stretch throughout his entire oeuvre-dating from his student days at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in the 1960s, throughout his more than 25 years teaching at the Victorian College of the Arts, to the years since 2000 that he has been able to dedicate full-time to his art.
Today, Jock Clutterbuck exhibits at Australian Galleries, with whom this exquisite monograph, designed by Suzi Ditterich, is co-published.
24 x 24cm
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