SCULPTURE WALK | New sculptures added to artists' walk

Mayor Wendy Waller is proud to reveal there will be three more sculptures on the Liverpool Sculpture Walk, making it a total of 10 sculptures installed along the Georges River trail at Casula from Sculpture by the Sea.

"This is something Liverpool wanted - high-quality public art," she said. "And I'm so glad we can bring you more than we'd originally planned. Ten sculptures of such high quality will have a happy home at the Casula Parklands for the next nine months or so.

These works are of an international standard. They're thought-provoking and invite a reaction.

WENDY WALLER, mayor

"I can't wait to see how people react to the sculptures after Saturday's opening. These works are of an international standard. They're thought-provoking and invite a reaction. If you can't make the opening, there'll be plenty of time to enjoy the works in a unique setting along the Georges River."

The Liverpool Sculpture Walk opening is from 4.30pm to 7.30pm at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre this Saturday.

Featured sculptures:

  • SEQUINtial Reflections by Denise Pepper, of WA;
  • Floating: Grounded Figure by Greg Johns, of SA;
  • Time After Time No.2 by Cui Yi, of China;
  • Celestby David Ball;
  • Circle by Tetsuro Yamasaki, of Japan;
  • Red Gum by Naomi Taylor Royds, of regional NSW;
  • The Water Carrierby Paul Selwood, of regional NSW;
  • Antithesis (2012) by Matthew Harding;
  • Horatius by Morgan Jones;
  • This Precise Moment by Nadia Odlum.

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