From his secluded hilltop studio, West Australian sculptor and visual storyteller, Andrew Taylor created “Ebb in Time” bringing to life a tender world of whimsical characters through drawings and situational sculptures. “My work is driven by emotion and interplay, with simple characters that playfully inhabit a slightly skewed world. “I take inspiration from literary characters such as Don Quixote and Hamlet set within a contemporary context. “The works capture intimate glimpses, providing the viewer an opportunity to discover and imagine through reflection of their own life experience”. The drawing begins the sculptural process providing scale, composition and an idea of general aesthetic. From a 1:1 scale drawing, measurements are taken as a guide to the completed piece. Sculptures are created by two methods, original chalk resin, steel, timber and paper clay carvings and limited-edition composite castings, individually hand detailed and embellished. Andrew studied Fine Arts at Curtin University in the early 1980s majoring in Sculpture. His sculptures are carried by JahRoc Galleries in Margaret River and East End Gallery in Beverley.