Canadian trained artist Goody-B Wiseman’s Dream Tigers are wild but delicate. The miniature sculptures fit in the palm of a hand. Wiseman works in bronze to explore the mythical “feral child.” (Above: Hidden, Edition of 20)
The Maine-based artist, a NSCAD grad, casts figures in a state of “in-betweenness,” the Katharine Mulherin gallery says. She catches them between nature and culture, wild and tamed, beautiful and the grotesque.
All images from the exhibition site of Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto and New York.
Goody-B. Wiseman lives and works in down east Maine and sometimes Los Angeles. She works in a variety of media including sculpture, film, and printed matter. She received an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD).