The artwork brings recognition to Victorian rich, strong and proud Indigenous culture. It assists in the appreciation of some of the complexities of Indigenous Nations life including traditional trade routes
This artwork was inspired by the natural environment and the surrounding landscape of Saltwater and its local community.
Rosa is interested in the viewer’s discovery and the bird’s resilience in an ever changing environment. Cheetham Wetlands, Point Cook are a world-renowned wildlife haven.
Oasis is a bronze sculpture depicting a mother and a child waiting.
The creamy white walls of the new Saltwater Community Centre evoke the local landscape. They undulate around the architectural spaces of the building, like wind-sifted sand slipping through dune grass
Seeds of Change is a 10 metre high structure designed to welcome home residents, and attract visitors, to the City of Wyndham.
Acquired by: One Per Cent for Art, capital works
A symbiotic relationship exists between the fragile form of a dandelion and the ecology of our planet.
The sculpture features a flagman who appears to be signalling to people on the Hoppers Crossing side, beckoning them to cross the bridge to Truganina.
The Guardians comprises six sculptures inspired by the natural environment.
Everyone is familiar with the tree. It is one of the most recognised shapes in the world. Children draw trees soon after they represent the human figure.
My intentions for this project were to produce a bold sculpture with a strong organic feel and components that held meaning to the region.
The stainless steel sculpture is the central focus of the fountain, taking its form from an inverted red gum tree root system. River red gums proliferate along the banks of Werribee River.
'Vessel' reflects artist Cliff Burtt's concerns with the impact of people on their environment.
Mosaic outdoor drinking fountain