Tas Wansbrough - Ballarat
Tas Wansbrough is a sculptor who is highly involved in the pursuit of form and shape to represent human emotion and stance as an abstract expression. Having completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Federation University, Tas works prolifically with varying materials and mediums to realize her sculptural installations.
Recent career highlights include the 2016 Lorne Sculpture Biennale and exhibiting at Parliament House of Victoria to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Women's Suffragette Movement.
Upon graduating university, Tas was awarded the National Association of Visual Artists Ignition Award for Professional Practice as well as The Federation University Travel Scholarship and travelled to the British School at Rome and pursue stone carving at the heart and soul of stone carving at the Carrara marble quarries.