Looking Back Over 20 Years

A portrait by Justine Wallace, cast in HydrasStone

Painted casts for Melbourne Museum

Gargantua’s hand, sculpted in clay at John Cox’s Creature Workshop

A tiny kitchen for an animated film

Gargantua’s Baby, made from silicone at John Cox’s Creature Workshop

Checking Gargantua’s teeth on set at John Cox’s Creature Workshop

A Tree Frog sculpted in clay, ready for mold making

Justine at the kitchen window of an animation set

Animation set made mostly from balsa wood, with Anthony Lucas

Justine in 1996, learning mold making from accomplished sculptors Richard Muek and Sam Jinks

A flower carved in stone for an exhibition at the Convent Gallery, Daylesford

A cast and painted snake for Melbourne Museum