Site Specific Ephemeral Sculpture

Point Arkwright, Queensland 2018
Earth-Wind-Fire
Environmental award Sculpture By the Sea, Queensland
These slender totems sway in the breeze as a reminder to how fragile our planet is.
Ceramic components, drift wood, pumice stone from an underwater volcano & bark rope from Cotton Trees.
Habitat Lost – Sculpture on the Edge
Height 1.5 metres – barbed wire – ephemeral nest built from bloodwood sticks
Point Arkwright, 2018
Seek 2017 Commissioned by Noosa Shire Council for Floating Land

This work is a reflection on mental health, and how sometimes one needs to take the journey within to find that peace, and nature is one of the best places to Seek oneself.

Anew – Winner Sculpture on the Edge 2019 Spicers Maleny
 Height 2 metres Live Moss grown over armature
Urchin Nest – Sunrise Beach 3mw x 1.5h
Window to the Sun – Point Arkwright 2018
Oversized – paper bark woven fungus
Ringbarked 2017 SOTE Sculpture on the Edge, Environment Award Winner
Wire, sticks 2 metres
Point Arkwright 2018
Chairs for Birds 2019 – Peoples choice Award Noosa Regional Gallery 1.2 metres
Sticks, Natural printed paper