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Climb

These ladders are a long stepped allegory in the fight against climate change.

200 x 1600 approx
copper and coal, 2019
$350 +gst 

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Apples made from copper

Medium 350 x 350mm
$160 + gst

Large 500 x 500mm
$180 + gst

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Sundowner

Apples made from copper with internal frosted white acrylic infill with 12 volt LED strip for indoors.

Medium 350 x 350mm
$340 + gst

Large 500 x 500mm
$380 + gst

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Clothes stand

Made from timber with silver Porters paint finish, recycled hardwood base, volcanic pebbles and steel arms

$450 +gst 

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Side of the Road series

The impact of roadkill is the subject matter of the Side of the Road series.

Everyday, when I’m driving the car close to home in the Southern Highlands, I see dead wombats, kangaroos and wallabies, and less frequently, I see echidnas, turtles and even a koala. So far, dashing lyrebirds seem to make it to the other side of the road. When I am riding my bike, the visual carnage of road kill is accompanied by the rancid smell of decay.

Numbers of roadkill increase in winter and drought; the marsupials are eating the sweet grass on the road verge, which is watered by runoff. Often, there is so much road kill, that a dead animal can be seen every 500 metres or less – for instance – between Braidwood and Goulburn, and also from Cooma to Canberra in the ski season. You will notice that the animals on my Side of the Road series all carry an X on their bodies.

The dead marsupials have often been sprayed with an X, by a local wildlife rescuer; an X means that the animal has been checked to see if there is a baby in its’ pouch. Wombats carry a baby in the pouch from 7 to 10 months; with such long reproduction periods, it seems incredible that the species can survive.

Side of the RoadnBundanoon to Penrose (survived)

600 x 1220

Marine Ply board with metallic copper finish, and copper echidna, 2019

$1050 +gst

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Side of the Road Braidwood to Goulburn

800 x 1220

Marine Ply board with metallic copper finish, and copper wallaby, 2019

$1200 +gst

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Side of the Road Bundanoon to Exeter

800 x 1220

Marine Ply board with metallic copper finish, and copper echidna, 2019

$1200 +gst

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GARDEN

Choughs are a commonly seen bird in our garden. Sitting on the deck with friends, we marvel at the progress of the Chough family – they have built a nest high up in the trees and come down to the lawn to find insects for the babies – feeding the chicks is an family affair, involving a group of about 5 adult birds.

Chuffed

Inspired by Choughs, who live in family groups.

Standing 1200 to 1500 high, on hardwood posts.
Made from copper, 2019
$1300 each  +gst

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The Sopranos

GARDEN

Birds on spike for pot plants

10mm thick white acrylic 440 (h) x 285 (w)
including spike
$36 each +gst

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GARDEN

Ladder on steel plinth

2300 high
copper and mild steel plinth
$950 +gst

Ladder with no plinth

2300 high
copper
$450 +gst

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Wombat Sentinel

As seen early one morning on our lawn, completely unaware that I was watching. 

Made from copper, approx 700mm long and 350 high with steel and hardwood plinth 900 long

$1300 +gst

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Sheep

prototype, made from 18mm form ply
$350 +gst

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