The long awaited Terrance Plowright sculpture destined for Eurobodalla has now been installed on the lawn of the Eurobodalla Council forecourt.
The Council's Public Art committee have said of the sculpture that it "will cement the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre’s reputation for excellence across NSW’s arts scene"
Eurobodalla Council’s director of community, arts and recreation Kathy Arthur said that the time of the announcement of the sculptures destined for the forecourt and the adjacent Basil Sellars Centre:
“We were gifted the first sculpture as a $100,000 commission from Basil Sellers AM. It will be visible from the Princes Highway, serving as a spectacular wayfinding marker for visitors to The Bas,” Ms Arthur said.
Council have also secured a companion piece; five and a half metres in stainless steel that will sit in the south-west corner of The Bas’ grounds.
Terrance Plowright OAM is a sought after artist of national significance. With more than 35 years’ experience, Plowright said his works reveal the innate intelligence of all life and the profoundly powerful nature of existence.
The second work will sit adjacent to the newly planted sensory garden that runs along the western side of The Bas and Moruya Library.
Above: Duraya dhuduga barra barra (River touching sea) by sculptor Terrance Plowright was installed near the Princes Highway at the corner of Vulcan and Campbell Streets in Moruya on Tuesday 22 February 2022
Above: Artist’s rendering of the Terrance Plowright sculpture