Three large commissioned free standing sculptures imbued with a delicacy and whimsy.
Seedpod mobiles revealing delicate spherical lighting suggesting themes of pregnancy, birth, and metamorphosis.
A large mobile of restrained composition hung in a very busy and expansive void space. Adorned with flickering, glowing pin lights.
Slow gently moving mobile of dispersed wattle blossoms. Reacts to abundant natural light and soft air currents
An expansive mobile designed to interact with abundant light and the building itself, extending beyond the main void.
Five expansive mobiles primarily designed for an audience of children which seek to explore play and wonder.
Inspired by a rainforest walk in northern NSW. This breathtaking series combines lighting with hand-perforated aged copper elements.
Using bronze and copper, Jade designed this robust sculpture to move in a gentle and controlled way responding to the coastline.
Hinterland is a series of delicate mobiles inspired by forms from nature and infused with memories of summer.
Responding to the coastal environment of Clarkes Beach Reserve, Jade created the 'Shoreline' series of four mobiles. The sea and the sky can be seen through elements of gently moving work.
Inspired by the memory of a place, this series of mobiles are meditations on the bush, the coastal heathland and waves breaking over rocks. Exhibited at Australian Galleries in 2010.
Exhibited at Australian Galleries in 2009, this series of mobiles take their colour from the landscape: where salt and fresh waters meet; the murky depths of water and mud and mangrove.