Artist Profile

Sally Stoneman

Sally Stoneman studied Art Education at W.A.I.T. and completed a Graduate Diploma in Art Education in 1982. She studied at the National Art School in 1983 and Sculpture at W.A.C.I.T. in 2012.


Stoneman has exhibited with Sculpture by the Sea in Cottesloe six times and three times in Bondi. This is her third exhibition with Sculpture at Bathers. 


In 2018 she won the Western Australian Sculpture Scholarship from Sculpture by the Sea. Stoneman was a finalist in the Black Swan Portrait prize in 2014, won Highly commended for Sculpture at the Wanneroo Art Awards and was awarded a Travelling Scholarship to China in 2012.


Her work is currently showing at Wadjemup Museum on Rottnest. Stoneman’s work is represented in the City of Melville collection; the Granite Island Sculpture Walk in South Australia; Kings Park Botanical Gardens; Willinga Park, Canberra Airport, ACT; Tianfu Museum in Chengdu China and many private collections in Australia.



2021 – 2022


SIZE: 125 X 80 X 45 CM

Price: $8,000.00

The construct of TIME is a paradigm that intrigues and informs this sculpture. We are living in the epoch of the Anthropocene which is described as the period of time in which human activities have
impacted the environment enough to constitute a distinct geological change. Kilter aims to evoke the natural forms of the Australian landscape whilst referencing our collective need to strive for balance with the natural world. The materiality in this work elicits a tactile response to the environment incorporating the recycled ‘rabbit proof’ fence (from the Murchison station country) representing a literal and metaphorical symbol of colonisation.