The Gregory Hills Public Art Strategy is a collection of 15 sculptural works positioned around the Gregory Hills site. The strategy created is about telling a story, educating, inspiring and celebrating the history of the landholding that is now a residential estate. Telling a story, the public works of art focus on working together. The different forms aim to engage the audience to understand the history of the Gregory Hills estate, and the traditional landowners of the Darug, Dharawal and Gandangara People.
Distinctive developed 15 works to celebrate the area, collaborating with indigenous artist Danielle Mate Sullivan and Lump Studio.
Lump Sculpture Studio was commissioned by Distinctive and Dart West Developments to fabricate the following artworks for the Gregory Hills Public Art Strategy. Find more information about each piece by clicking the links. Apple and The Needle, Cumberland Plain Land Snail, Endure, Bunya and The Gathering.
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- Corten steel
- Stainless steel
- Corten steel with natural rust
- Aluminium with powder coat or Lump Faux finish
- Stainless steel with brushed grain or polished effect
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