About the project:

Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital

SHOAL is a vibrant twisting sculptural form consisting of a combination of abstracted stainless steel elements exploring natural forms in the landscape.

The dynamic artwork is positioned to accentuate the energy inherent in the curving form and to energise the foyer space.

The artwork is inspired by the coastal landscape and environment, the reflective sinuous shapes creating a shifting effect of colour and light.

Location: Kawana Waters, QLD
Dimensions: 1.7mH x 2.4 mL
Architect: Phillips Smith Conwell
Client: Ramsay Health


About the project:

Oxygen uses themes and designs inspired by Beachmere and it's community.

Inspiration has been taken from the endemic plant, animal and marine life as well as the importance of the local natural environment, lifestyle and recreational activities as well as recreational activities 

Name: Oxygen
Location: Beachmere, QLD
Dimensions: 4mL x 800mmW
Client: Moreton Bay Regional Council

Sea Life

About the project:

Judbooley Parade Windang

Sea Life expresses the unique character of place at Judbooley Parade Windang, an important site for the local community as a social and recreational space, with a strong connection to fishing, aquatic life, water and the lake environment.

Name: Sea Life
Location: Windang, NSW
Dimensions: 3 forms at 1.5mH x 3mL
Client: Wollongong City Council

Intersection Interaction

About the exhibition:

Intersection Interaction within landscape shapes our future.

This body of work explores the intersection between art and landscape - built and natural - and people’s interaction with art .

Art engages in a creative and constructive dialogue with place and audience. Public art plays a significant role in connecting people with place

‘It is an exciting era for public art as more sensitivity to the nuance of site is increasingly valued’ – Kendal Henry, curator NY.

Name: Intersection Interaction
Location: University of The Sunshine Coast Gallery
Sippy Downs, QLD