"Embrace" sculpture

 
Indoor sculpture for the Perth Children's Hospital, made in collaboration with Monique Tippett
 
Twisted tree form sculpture overlooking Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia. The inspiration from childhood memories of play, clambering over fallen logs in nature.
 
It also represents to us a mother and child in reassuring embrace, nurturing and supportive reflecting the environment of Perth Children's Hospital.
 

 

materials:
Jarrah & Marri timber veneers, fibreglass, polystyrene, steel
year:
2016
avaliability:
commissioned by Perth Children's Hospital
special thanks to:
Monique Tippett, Cameron Sandercock, Sharon Parker-Brown, Peter Tippett, Alison Barrett
dimensions:
12m x 8m x 6.5m

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