An outdoor public artwork symbolising Transformation and the balance between nature and humanity, for the Anderson hills east of Bass in Victoria. I have two possible sites for this 180 metre wingspan dragonfly and are working out the exact numbers we need to raise. Currently $19,000 just for the Limestone gravel is needed. This artwork will be visible from airplanes and people on Phillip Island, Bass, Corinella, and outside Grantville. It is my hope that I can crowdsource this artwork in 2020. I want to create an artwork to inspire us all to make better choices for our home
Missed out on the fellowship, but so happy I gave it a go. Bruny Island south of Hobart, has a Arts Fellowship in 2020. I have applied with my concept of designing 108 cups on the beauty of this inspiring locale and creating a giving event where 108 people give each other one of these cups. Planting a memory of sharing with their community and holding on to a tangible piece as a permanent reminder of their close connections. Over 275 artists have applied for 3 spaces, so I am focusing on how much I loved coming up with the idea and how I am going to try to implement it in other communities.