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Sculptures

  [vc_separator type='normal' position='center' color='' thickness='' up='' down=''] Hallelujah ……… a secret chord   Recycled Piano pieces and photoluminescent resin Artist - Katrina Elliott 2017 Do you believe in God? Such a personal question! My belief in God, guiltily comes when there is despair. There are lots of things I don’t understand and find...

  [vc_separator type='normal' position='center' color='' thickness='' up='' down=''] GRANDMA'S YARN    Mixed media 2017 Artists -  Katrina Elliott & Roseberry Q young people. In celebration of Senior’s week the artists have created a Work that celebrates the wonderful and colourful stories from our grandparents. [vc_text_separator title='PROJECT COMPLETED' title_align='' border='no' border_color='' background_color='' text_color=''] Goals: ...

Our rivers run Outdoor sculpture donated to Santos GLNG Mayors Ball 2017, for Auction. Artist Katrina Elliott Mayors ball 2017 Sponsored by Katrina Elliott Photography and the Army Army – Connell Enterprises, Price Constructions, BKD designs, Cliff McGregor & Z. S Price Construction and Renovations. The  journey for people in...

Art in Parks – Pop up public art project I am often inspired by recyclable objects. I like to take objects that are often considered junk and ugly and turn them into something interesting and creates conversation. Context: I am often inspired by recyclable objects. I like...

[one_half padding="0 10px 0 10px"] [/one_half] [one_half_last padding="0 10px 0 10px"] Friendship Tree     Approx: 1500x2000mm Medium: Recycled plywood, Tree branches, stainless steel hangers Time: Approx 4 weeks Value: $1200 [/one_half_last] [full_width padding="0 10px 0 10px"] The Oak Tree by Johnny Ray Ryder Jr A mighty wind blew night and day It stole the oak tree's leaves away Then snapped...