Tim Hodge Extender
After graduating from the Canberra School of Art, Australian National University in 1979, Tim further developed and honed skills and techniques with master artisans in Italy, France, Belgium and Norway before returning to Australia in 1990.
Tim's experience is unparalelled; having superior technical knowledge in the working and installation of all types of dimension stone.
Today his clients include Australia's Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, National Capital Authority, various commercial builders and major developers.
The Work of art
The sculpture, 'Extender' is an early work by renowned artist Tim Hodge. It was created from Oregan pine and coated with wax in 1980. It is an abstract work showing a number of boxes that twist on top of a large wooden plinth. Although this is the only representation of Tim's work in the University of Canberra's art collection, there are many other examples of Tim's work around Canberra including near the National Library of Australia and the Australian War Memorial.