In addition, he won the 2012/2013 McClelland Survey “People’s Choice Award” in Melbourne for his sculptural piece entitled ‘Tubular Resonance’, a 5-metre stainless steel interactive sound sculpture.
Terrance lives in the Blue Mountains in NSW, and has been working as an artist/sculptor for 30 years. He draws his inspiration from the beauty of the natural world and works on themes that reflect the interconnectedness of all living things.
Terrance has created over 60 larger-than-life size figures, including works at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the Sydney Football Stadium, Hyde Park, Pyrmont, Parkes, Wollongong, Cobar, Blue Mountains, Western Australia, and Queensland to name a few.
He has recently been commissioned to design and build a 15 metre/50 foot high contemporary aluminum sculpture, which celebrates 60,000 years of Australian nationhood. He is also finishing a larger-than-life size figurative bronze of V.C. recipient Robert Mactier, for the Shepparton City Council.
Terrance has also been invited to exhibit his sculptural works at the prestigious New York Gallery, Artifact, in 2015. He has also been asked to exhibit at the 2015 Florence Biennale, and is working on a large contemporary work alluding to the infinite beauty of “Light” for this exhibition. In addition, Terrance is a finalist in this year’s McClelland Sculpture Survey and Award in Melbourne.
For more information on Terrance and his work, visit: www.plowright.com.au
You can view Terrance's award-winning ‘Tubular Resonance’ sculptural piece here.
Images (top to bottom): Terrance receiving the Medici Medal; and the award-winning sculptural piece ‘Tubular Resonance’.