Karin van Ommeren was born in The Netherlands and studied sculpture at the Belgian art school in Brussels. She lives and works in both Italy and in The Netherlands. Her sculptures contain forms well known from the world of geometry but in her work they take shape and start to have their own reality. She uses stone to form a mixture of elegance and beauty and to portray ideas about eternity, our origins and ourselves.
"The sculpture shows a round form with a twisted square. We look through the space in the middle to the scenery behind. Looking through we see our road, our goal, walking around we see a square, a triangle and back always watching the landscape.”
COMMISSIONED 2016 BY Klein Family Foundation.
STONE DONATED BY Melocco Stone.
STONE Black Granite from Black Hill, Walker Flat, South Australia.
SITE GPS 35.0686°S, 138.9047°E
Williams Rd, Mt Barker