On the weekend, Gillie and Marc headed to the Riverina town of West Wyalong to uncover one of their latest projects…
Influential Australian artist Russell Drysdale became an iconic figure after painting a series of landscapes of drought-ravaged 1940s New South Wales. Drysdales painting “West Wyalong” is recreated in bronze by Gillie and Marc for the town as a 3D version.
“This interactive sculpture is placed on the street at the exact angle Drysdale painted from,” says Gillie. “We’ve recreated the streetscape, only it is more than double the original size. It’s a real landmark for West Wyalong.”
(Drysdales original painting ‘West Wyalong’, 1949).
Click here if you want to see the interview of the artists and the uncovering of the magnificent bronze sculpture for the town.
We have hidden a lost dog sculpture somewhere in the city of Sydney. Felix is proudly holding a rainbow flag, and wearing a collar and lead. Find him in time for Mardi Gras and he is yours!
We will be releasing CLUES daily until February 27th or until he is found …
CLUE 1: I am a dog but indoors I like to be, as you’ll see.