Born in Allora, Queensland in 1971.
Lives & works in Malmsbury, Central Victoria
The large-scale corten steel sculptures and smaller sized bronze works by Jimmy Rix are exemplars of his sense of humour, engagement with Australiana, interest in scale and concern for the environment. Alongside rebellious roos, Rix also casts horses, sheep and utilitarian objects as the actors of his narrative-based works.
by Olivia Welch- art theorist, curator and writer (an excerpt from her full essay)
Road Kill, Sculpture Down the Lachlan, Forbes. NSW. Australia.
Image courtesy of Monique Lovick Photography