Welcome  (2022)
Welcome (2022)

25 steel laser cut boomerangs,Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander greeting messages recognise Queenslanders’ connection with Suncorp Stadium as a place where ‘all mob feel welcome’. Location: Suncorp stadium

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Welcome (detail)
Welcome (detail)

Detail of the suncorp stadium welcome work.

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Kawana (Wildflower)
Kawana (Wildflower)

The Sunshine Coast Health Institute, Entry Wall, ‘Guana’ The inspiration for this artwork is from the guana, which was a native wildflower found in the Kawana, Warana and Caloundra area. The Kabi Kabi (Gubbi Gubbi) are the traditional people and custodians of the area. The name ‘guana’ means wildflower in the Kabi Kabi language and wildflower blooms are a metaphor for new life and seasonal change, while also representing ideas, history and time related to the Kabi Kabi culture.

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Energy Crisis (1997/2017)
Energy Crisis (1997/2017)

Projection of my artwork "Energy Crisis", 1997 on the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane in 2017.

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Kabi Kabi Story poles (2012)
Kabi Kabi Story poles (2012)

Laser cut stainless steal pole, acrylic and fibre optics) Charlish park Redcliffe, QLD

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Kabi Kabi Story poles (2012)
Kabi Kabi Story poles (2012)

Laser cut stainless steal pole, acrylic and fibre optics) Charlish park Redcliffe, QLD

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Kabi Kabi Story poles (2012) - day view
Kabi Kabi Story poles (2012) - day view

Laser cut stainless steal pole, acrylic and fibre optics) Charlish park Redcliffe, QLD

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Feast of the Bunya - the gathering of the tribes (2013))
Feast of the Bunya - the gathering of the tribes (2013))

3 coreten steel sculpture. (Ancestor spirits) which represents the gathering of tribes the places they camped on the pathways they traveled on the way to the Bunya Gathering at the Sunshine coast. location: Mt Cootha Botanical gardens.

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kulum galangur ngarawiny
kulum galangur ngarawiny

kulum galangur ngarawiny mural. Location: David Low way, Coolum Caravan Park fence, Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast, QLD.

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Feast of the Bunya - the gathering of the tribes (2013) edn 1/2
Feast of the Bunya - the gathering of the tribes (2013) edn 1/2

3 Bronze sculptural elements, which are inscribed with the names of the Aboriginal nations who travel to the Bunya Gathering.

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Namba  (2016)
Namba (2016)

3 Cast Alloy and auto paint sculptures that represent the Seed pods of the Namba. Namba is the traditional name for Nambour. Namba is the red-flowering tea-tree (callistemon viminalis. Location: Garden bed across the road from Coles, Nambour, Mill street.

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Shared songlines (2016)
Shared songlines (2016)

Laser cut, powder coated wall artwork. This work explores the history of the site, the old Nambour sugar mill and maps the various locations that the sugar trains traveled to bring the sugar to the Mill. Many of the trainlines where build on Aboriginal pathways. Location: Coles building, Nambour, Mill street.

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Songlines of Early Brisbane
Songlines of Early Brisbane

The works uses key words and text from the book "Tom Petries Reminnisance of early QLD". The text highlight the cultural significance of the Herston/spring hill/ bowen hills area to the first peoples of the area through Petire's eyes. Brisbane Busway temporary Public art installation (Royal Brisbane Woman's Hospital)

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Songlines of Early Brisbane (Detail)
Songlines of Early Brisbane (Detail)

The works uses key words and text from the book "Tom Petries Reminnisance of early QLD". The text highlight the cultural significance of the Herston/spring hill/ bowen hills area to the first peoples of the area through Petire's eyes. Brisbane Busway temporary Public art installation (Royal Brisbane Woman's Hospital)

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