I’m not sure what this sculpture on board Ovation of the Seas is made of but it looked as if it might be some type of acrylic material. I’ll try to feature it in colour one day.
Singapore’s famous Merlion statue on Sentosa Island. This statue is so large you can go inside and stand in its mouth.
Closer to home, a bronze statue of comedian Roy Rene, known as Mo in Hindley Street, Adelaide.
Here are three Australian cricketers.
- Sir Donald Bradman, this is one of a group of four busts in Sunbury, Victoria
- Shane Warne, this statue is located near the entrance of the National Sports Museum at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
- Neil Harvey, a batsman from Victoria who was part of Bradman’s team of “Invincibles” in 1948.
Even closer to home here is the statue of Sir John Franklin former Governor of Tasmania, then known as Van Dieman’s Land and polar explorer. This statue is on top of the fountain in Franklin Square.
The seals and penguins are on the waterfront part of a group of sculptures relating to Antarctic exploration.
Finally, very close to home another of our Geeveston wood carvings. Mrs Jessica Hannabury.