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Frankston City Public Art Frankston

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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.

Description

  • Materials: Stainless steel chain
  • Dimensions: 135 x 290 x 205cm = 240kg

A sheetmetal worker by trade, specialising in stainless steel. Recipient Emerging Artist Award 2013 and Environmental Award 2014, Swell Sculpture Festival. SxS Bondi 2014.

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Map & Directions

Seaford Foreshore - 1/10N Nepean Highway, Seaford