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Broken Hill Sculptures

Sunday 28 May 2017

On the way back from Silverton we drove in to see the Broken Hill Sculptures in the Living Desert Reserve. The Sculptures comprise 12 sandstone artworks which highlight the skyline, located on a hilltop within the reserve. The sculptures were completed in 1993 by artists from around the world who participated in a sculpture symposium.

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Broken Hill Sculpture Symposium, Apr/May 1993.

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Facing the Day and the Night - Eduardo Nasta Luna - Mexico City.

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The Ibis - Thomas Munkanome - Tiwi, Bathurst Island.

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Motherhood - Badri Salushia - Tbilisa, Gorgia.

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The Bride - Dr Mahomad Mira - Damascus, Syria.

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Moon Goddess - Conrad Clark - Katoomba, New South Wales.

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Habitat - Dr Ahmad Al Ahmad - Damascus, Syria.

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Bajo El Sol Jaguar (Under the Jaguar Sun) - Antonio Nava Tirado - Mexico City, Mexico.

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Angels of the Sun and the Moon - Valerian Jikiya - Rustiva, Georgia.

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A Present for Fred Hollows in the Afterlife - Lawrence Beck (Symposium Director - Koolewong, Australia).

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Nhatji (Rainbow Serpent) - Badger Bates - Broken Hill, Australia.

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Tiwi Totems - Gordon Pupangamirri - Tiwi, Bathurst Island.

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Horse - Jumber Jikiya - Rustavi, Georgia.

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Broken Hill in the distance.

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Mining activity near Broken Hill

Posted by TwoAces 04:06

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