As One

Frankston City Public Art



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 Brunel, Seaford

  • Materials: Marine grade aluminium, concrete filled aluminium base

  • Dimensions: 500 x 200 x 140

About the Artist:

Gomboc is an award-winning sculptor from Western Australia who has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Australia, Europe and Asia since 1973.

Gomboc's various awards include The Swan Citizen of the Year Award, 1991; the Western Australian Week Citizen of the Year Award for his contribution to Arts and Culture, 1993; and in 2003 The Centenary Medal for Outstanding commitment to the community in raising the awareness of art.

He has been an invited artist representing Australia at Sculpture symposiums and workshops since 1986, including the Symposium of Art in New Caledonia in 2010 and the Goyang 10th Anniversary International Sculpture Symposium in South Korea in 2011 and the 1st Qindao International Sculpture Symposium in China 2012.

Gomboc was selected to design and make the Australian Film Industries AACTA Award in 2011 and has been creating them over the past decade. He is represented in public and private collections across the world and in Australia, including War Museum Canberra, Town of Cottesloe, Fortescue Metals Group, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University. Most recently the Snowy River Sculpture Trail.

He has exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 19 times since 1999 and Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 18 times since 2005. He was a Bendat Family Foundation WA Invited Artist at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2020, is a member of the Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi and Cottesloe Decade Clubs and was awarded the major Balnaves Artist’s Award at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2007.

You can see more of Gomboc's work here

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Corner of Seaford and Brunel, Seaford