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Scultpure In The Goal Artist Artwork

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Starvinghurst - Alexandra Mills

This wall sculpture made from birdcage wire depicts the hospital of the old Darlinghurst Gaol in Sydney which was the model for the Trial Bay Gaol. The title comes from Henry Lawson’s ballad One Hundred and Three where he calls the gaol ‘Starvinghurst’ where ‘They ... feed him up in hospital to give him the strength to starve’.

Price: $950

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Moon Boots - Claire Davehall

"Inspired by the enigma of Moondyne Joe (AKA Joseph Bolitho Johns 1831 – 1900), who was transported to Western Australia as convict on board the Pyrenees in 1853. He is remembered as the great escapologist and extraordinary measures were taken to ensure he did not escape from Fremantle Prison, which included over 1000 nails in his escape proof cell, so confident of the arrangements, Governor John Hampton promised him; ""If you get out again, I'll forgive you"". On 7 March 1867, Johns hung up his prison clothes and escaped through a hole he had made in the prison wall, wearing nothing but a pair of boots!   
 
Governor John Hampton, never kept this promise to Johns, who was determined to bid for freedom against the harsh prison discipline 

Price: $1,200

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Awake - Freedom Summers

Post consumer - Wire, spring, steel brake pad. 

Price: $290

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Tracing the Soul - Freedom Summers

Post consumer copper pipe and wire, steel brake pad. This is my expression of the cross over point, the borderline between the spiritual and the human realm.
 

Price: $280

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Zen Standing - Freedom Summers

Drift wood post, post consumer copper pipe.  This is my expression of the cross over point, the borderline between the spiritual and human realm.
 

Price: $350

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Kalseru - Glen Star

This is my take on the goddess of rain and fertility in Indigenous mythology in open steel bar work fully welded. Standing in a pose ready to attack. 
 

Price: $6,325

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Smooch - Glen Star

An open bar pair of kissing seahorses.
 

Price: $4,025

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Prancer - Glen Star

A open bar prancing unicorn made from welded steel in a powder coat finish. 
 

Price: $3,450

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Giraffe - Glen Star

A life size mother and cheeky baby giraffe in open steel bar work. 
 

Price: $8,050

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Welcome Home - Glen Star

A freestanding solid steel fully welded sculpture of an Australian Cattle Dog with outstretched paw ready to welcome you home. 
 

Price: $6,325

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All Tuckered Out - Glen Star

A fully welded wire frame koala asleep after a feed on a gum leaf pedestal.
 

Price: $4,600

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Perpetual Lillies - Glen Star

A vase of lilies from steel plate.

Price: $1,380 

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Outback Shack - Glen Star

A small steel plate bush shack.
 

Price: SOLD 

 

 

Learning to Laugh - Glen Star

A solid steel welded mother Kookaburra teaching their baby to laugh. Inspired by watching the ritual by one of my favourite birds. 


Price: $3,450

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Fire Pit Sculpture -Jeramie Carter

Fire pit sculptures, all made from corten steel.
Also available to order.

Prices
Small: 
$1,000 each
Medium: $1,500 each 
Large: 
$2,000 each

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Soaring or Sawing - John Wilby

Large metal soaring bird of prey in a metal pole, made from a 100 year old two hand timber-getters saw and automotive leaf springs.

Price: SOLD

 

 

Spiritual Warriors - John Walsh

Nine pieces called Spiritual Warriors in mixed media. Each piece of jewellery represents ten women or children reportedly to be maimed, killed or sterilised by the Gates foundation in India and Africa.
 

Price: $2,900 each

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Coral Fingers - Julie Holt

Timber base supporting glass-fused coral with many small embellishment representing various sea life living on the coral. The main segments of the coral are transparent colours to allow the play of light through them, invoking the play of light under the ocean.
 

Price: SOLD

 

Envy - Kerry Cannon

"Artist statement - Flitting in and out of the moonlight by the cathedral so high! So straight, streamlined. Above the sleeping city he ignores velocity's aura he bathes in cool light. We can only follow, never getting closer. Higher, more swift, brighter - we fade, fade behind. 
This composition was inspired by the Los Caprichos etchings by Goya. It was created using the lost wax methos and cast in bronze. "


Price: $4,500

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Music to my Brain - Martine Grant 

Guitar as a base glass tiles, crockery and metal
 

Price: $1,000

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Figtree Descendents Aboriginal Corporation 

Traditionally Woven Koala

Price: $1,000

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Heron - Sam Hawkins

Heron sculpted from cutlery and recycled metal parts mounted on hardwood plinth

Price: $4,500

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Preying Mantis - Sam Hawkins

Preying Mantis made from recycled metal parts

Price: SOLD

 

Slough - Sean Williams

Slough is reminiscent of a snake skeleton and references government sanctioned land clearing for farming and the resulting environmental degradation and habitat destruction affecting native fauna. Despite many subsequent species extinctions, snakes seem to be the great survivors, so this could be read as a symbol of hope, rejuvenation, and transformation.

Price: $2,500

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Fractured - Shannon Stone

"ARTIST STATEMENT: The depth of perception does not matter if the original lens used to view life is fractured.
MATERIALS: Corten steel, mixed steel rods."

Price: $8,000

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Mating Sea Dragons - Shannon Stone

"ARTIST STATEMENT: Floating in a sea of love
MATERIALS: Recycled farm steel"

Price: $2,600

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Iris - Shannon Stone

"ARTIST STATEMENT: It amazes me that the eyes i use, to view the intricacies of the world, contain within them such intricate details".
MATERIAL: recycled farm steel

Price: $13,500

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My Muse, My Love - Shannon Stone

"ARTIST STATEMENT: She enters the garden with grace, she is my love, my lover, my muse".
MATERIALS: M6 hexnuts

Price: $4,500

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