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Blue Prism
Because of the prominent position and its human scale and the strong background provided by Craig Flood’s glass artwork, the rational asks for an approach with sophisticated, classic lines. The stainless steel slats composition of the piece compliments the cool feeling of the glass façade.
The internal blue light escaping from between each of the 5mm gap, travelling all the way up the work gives the double personality required for night viewing
  • Blue Prism
    Because of the prominent position and its human scale and the strong background provided by Craig Flood’s glass artwork, the rational asks for an approach with sophisticated, classic lines. The stainless steel slats composition of the piece compliments the cool feeling of the glass façade.
    The internal blue light escaping from between each of the 5mm gap, travelling all the way up the work gives the double personality required for night viewing
  • City Lights
    The site at Mary St was calling for a simple and sophisticated structure due to the complexity and the limitation imposed by the awning which seems to frame the artwork. The result is a well proportioned use of the space. This sober structure seems to come alive after dark with the white lights contained within the work
  • LLamas
    This work was installed at Merthyr Village, New Farm, Brisbane in response to the client request to provide a work which was playful and would appeal to children.
  • Mateship
    Commissioned by the Greenslopes Hospital as a gift to the veterans and consisting of three elements following the themes of Mateship, Compassion and Remembrance. The installation was opened by Prime Minister John Howard on 7th April 03.
  • Millennium Toy
    Millenium Toy was commissioned by the Gold Coast City Council as part of the Heart of the City Project
  • Offering
    Completed as a private commission in Brisbane 2001, this work is the third version of an original idea that proved to be very successful
  • Pante Rei Margate
    Commissioned by Redcliffe City Council as part of the refurbishment of the shoreline between Scott's Point and Margate.
  • Pante Rei Scott's Point
  • Shakti
    Private commission completed in 2004 for a Roman villa in Brisbane. The customer had a base already built and Shakti was a perfect solution. It is lit from underneath through a formed glass base.
  • Sundial
    Commissioned by Forrester Kurts to be installed in the foyer of 120 Edward St. It is solar powered in keeping with the first fully solar powered commercial building to be completed in Brisbane
  • Techno Fossils
    Commissioned by the Queensland Government for the Roma St Parklands Project. The rationale behind this work is to illustrate the rapidity with which technology becomes obsolete.
  • Three Graces
    This work recreates in a three dimensional way the strong concept of Paul Brown’s design for the outer wall of the building, creating a connection between the two.
    These three elements although strong, rest quietly together, floating above the floor of the courtyard.
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