Sculptures

Full Circle Red

“Full Circle Red harks back to works of the early 2000’s where the artist explored the play of light and refraction, often using a bright red that would cast faint rose-coloured shadows onto the host wall. Assembled in a grid each of the 15 pieces in this new work has its own individual character randomly twisted and curled within the constraints of a 244cm length of laminated material.”

Material: bending ply, polyurethane, laminate

Artist
Marion Borgelt

Progress

“Progress is much like a bridge. The benefits of history, innovation and consensus are employed. We become the future’s history.”

Material: forged mild steel, hot rivets

Artist
S. Pankhurst and B. Beames

Flutter I & II

Artist
April Pine

Tree of Life

“Reflects the beauty and majesty of our ancient past.”

Material: copper, corten, stainless steel

Artist
Ulan Murray

Twisting Oval

Artist
Phil Price

Surfers

Artist
April Pine

Bubble No. 5

Material: painted stainless steel

Artist
Qian Sihua

Passage

Material: Forged mild steel, hot rivets

Artist
S. Pankhurst and B. Beames

Feather

“This feather may have fallen to earth from the heavens shed from the wing of an angel.”

Material: steel pipe

Artist
Tobias Bennett

Mi No 8

Artist
Wendi Zhang

Boulders

“‘Boulders’ endeavour to evoke the natural landscape and represents a time when my farm experienced a devastating bushfire that swept through 10,000 acres of the district. The sculptures are constructed from multiple layers of bushfire ravaged fencing wire, juxtaposing the man made with the natural world.”

Material: fencing wire

Artist
Sally Stoneman

Child’s Dream

“Inspired by the quirky dreams of my childhood. Symbolises the unbounded imagination of young children.”

Material: recycled stainless steel

Artist
Paul Dimmer

Flower Power

“My take on the hippies of the sixties and seventies.”

Material: corten steel and recycled stainless steel

Artist
Paul Dimmer

Nevermore

“Nevermore is based on the Edgar Allan Poe’s narrative poem ‘The Raven'”

Material: 3mm corten steel finished in electroplated zinc

Artist
Jonathan Leahey

Wanderers

“The Wanderers are travelling family group of metal spheres. They pass by in silence. Their origin and destination remain a mystery to all but themselves.”

Material: The sphere is 4mm thick formed aluminium. The legs and feet are cast aluminium.

Artist
Brad Jackson

Breaching

“A breaching whale displays an expression of pure freedom”

Material: red gum

Artist
Michael Greve

Mother and Child

“The sculpture hopes to capture the unique relationship between a mother and child. Interdependence and joyful love. Mother and child is a universal theme through art history, often sentimental”

Material: plaster and cast in silicon bronze.

Artist
Ante Dabro

From Hope to Optimism

“The abstract essences of being … exquisite, organic, radiating – glorious”

Material: bronze and stainless steel

Artist
Andrew Rogers

Morpheus

Artist
Phil Price

Koi

“Made from Corten steel with a natural rusted finish the sculpture reflects the resilient nature of the Koi and the warm colourings found across the ornamental species.”

Material: Corten steel

Artist
Chris Vassallo

Hearts of Paradise

Artist
Ayad Alqaragholli

Encounter

Artist
Jorg Plickat

Existance

‘Just a loop in time’ made from Corten steel – a prominent material here at Willinga Park.

Artist
Jorg Plickat

Step Lightly

“Three filigreed, plant-form arches step lightly across the lake, reflecting a sinuous illusion.”

Material: marine grade, 316 stainless steel

Artist
Virginia King

Contortion

Artist
Keizo Ushio

Whale

“This piece was inspired by my love of the ocean and my respect for its inhabitants. Thanks to our evolved and enlightened protection of our planet and its species, these once hunted & vulnerable creatures can freely play much to the delight of our privileged generation.”

Material: 316 Marine grade 2mm thick stainless steel. Polished to a mirror finish.

Artist
John Fitzmaurice

Pears

Artist
Melinda Knowles

Aeolus’ Sister

“This piece was inspired by the Wind God Aeolus. I made the figure female as I wanted the gown to assist the wind vane function. It is mounted on a bearing, which allows it to track the wind.”

Material: coreten steel

Artist
Paul Dimmer

Tree of Paradise

Artist
Phil Price

Red Balance Beam

“The weighty rectangular shape sways subtly with the flow of air and human touch, expressing the invisible presence of gravity and air. If you have a chance to touch it, you will have a magical experience of floating.”

Material: stainless steel, magnet paint

Artist
Haruyuki Uchida

Walking

Artist
Wei Wang

Floatsam

Artist
Jeff Thomson

Sphere

Artist
Michael Snape

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