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Frankston City Public Art

Al-Mashoof (Marsh Boat)

Public sculpture by Ayad Alqaragholli from WA/ Iraq. Artists interpretation: 'This work is symbolic of how the Australian coast evokes memories of the mashoof reed boats that have navigated the Mesopotomian Marshes of my southern Iraq homeland for years. It represents both ...

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Al-Mashoof (Marsh Boat)

As One

Public Sculpture by R. M. Ron Gomboc from WA. Artists interpretation: 'Together for so long, we become as one.' Located on the corner of Seaford and Ballarto Roads, Seaford Materials: Marine grade aluminium, concrete filled aluminium base Dimensions: 500 x 2...

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As One

Beacon

Beacon by Matt Calvert from Tasmania This sculptural glass tower and compass marker incorporates and celebrates the maritime history of Port Philip Bay. Beacon celebrates the connection of the sea and the land, acting as a marker of the way, a directional pointer in the lan...

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Beacon

Catch Me

Location: 6R Broughton Street, Seaford VIC 3198

'Catch Me' Public Art Sculpture by Keld Moseholm from Denmark. This sculpture represents the image of human behaviour where dramatic situations often occur and which can be both tragic and comical. Located outside the Seaford Community Centre - 6R Broughton Street, Seafo...

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Catch Me

Crab Riders

Location: North of Frankston Pier - 3N Pier Promenade, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Gillie and Marc from NSW Gillie and Marc's 'Crab Riders' bronze sculpture continues the artists' passionate exploration of environmental issues. Crabs might not be the most popular, pretty or cute creatures in the animal kingdom but Gillie and Marc belie...

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Crab Riders

Figurative Abstraction

Location: Forest Drive

Public sculpture by Norton Flavel from WA. Artists interpretation: 'Figurative Abstraction is an exploration of the relationship between the person and objects. Located at Pines Forest Aquatic Centre, Forest Drive, Frankston North Materials: Aluminium Dimensions:...

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Figurative Abstraction

Intervention

Location: Seaford Foreshore - 1/10N Nepean Highway, Seaford

Public Sculpture by Mike Van Dam from QLD In the early 70’s there were estimated to be fewer than 200 humpback whales left. Now, with the help from us, the numbers have increased. Located on the Seaford Foreshore, outside the Seaford Lifesaving Club.

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Intervention

Metamorphosis - Two Spirals

Location: Library Forecourt, Playne Street

Public sculpture by Tetsuro Yamasaki from Japan Artists interpretation: 'The artist creates his work with joy and happiness, surprised and inspired by mankind's discovery of iron.' Located in the Library Forecourt, Playne Street, Frankston Materials: Corten Steel ...

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Metamorphosis - Two Spirals

Mirage

Location: Frankston Yacht Club - Long Island Drive, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Deirdre Mair and Harry Stitt from NSW A three-dimensional form which comes in and out of focus, assembling and disassembling based on the angle from which the sculpture is viewed.  Location - Long Island Drive, Frankston (on the Foreshore outside F...

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Mirage

Power of Community

Location: Beauty Park - Corner Young Street and High Street, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Deborah Halpern from Melbourne The semi-abstract sculpture by Australian artist Deborah Halpern was installed on 6 December 2002. Location Beauty Park 51N Spring Street, Frankston Sculpture located near the corner of Young Street and Bay Trail

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Power of Community

Vertical Wave

Location: 16N Cranbourne Road

Public sculpture by Hikaru Yumura from Japan. Artists interpretation: 'My work is the essence that comes out of the talk with the natural stone. I think not nature and art.' Located at Peninsula Aquatic recreation Centre (PARC), 16N Cranbourne Road, Frankston Material...

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Vertical Wave