Cone    Stuart Green was commissioned to lead an artists team to create a suite of artworks for Mount Lawley Senior High School. These artworks threaded together open air rooms within the spatial plan of the school and linked each space, revealing new desire points along the new spine of the school. Individual works created a strong node and point of character for each space. The works were based on the idea of objects carried by families to Australia by the large immigrant school population.   photo Acorn Photo
       
     
   Cone      Corten steel with piercings and stainless steel outer banding connected with decorative cast iron button nodes   photo Acorn Photo
       
     
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   Libby's Ring     acrylic     tiles with common school objects cast within, set in painted steel matrix   photo Acorn Photo
       
     
 Stuart Green was Artist team leader, working with Michelle Theunissen and Minaxi May for this Western Australian Government Percent for Art Scheme project.   photo Acorn Photo
       
     
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   Cone    Stuart Green was commissioned to lead an artists team to create a suite of artworks for Mount Lawley Senior High School. These artworks threaded together open air rooms within the spatial plan of the school and linked each space, revealing new desire points along the new spine of the school. Individual works created a strong node and point of character for each space. The works were based on the idea of objects carried by families to Australia by the large immigrant school population.   photo Acorn Photo
       
     

Cone  Stuart Green was commissioned to lead an artists team to create a suite of artworks for Mount Lawley Senior High School. These artworks threaded together open air rooms within the spatial plan of the school and linked each space, revealing new desire points along the new spine of the school. Individual works created a strong node and point of character for each space. The works were based on the idea of objects carried by families to Australia by the large immigrant school population.

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   Cone      Corten steel with piercings and stainless steel outer banding connected with decorative cast iron button nodes   photo Acorn Photo
       
     

Cone    Corten steel with piercings and stainless steel outer banding connected with decorative cast iron button nodes

photo Acorn Photo

cone-03.jpg
       
     
   Libby's Ring     acrylic     tiles with common school objects cast within, set in painted steel matrix   photo Acorn Photo
       
     

Libby's Ring   acrylic tiles with common school objects cast within, set in painted steel matrix

photo Acorn Photo

 Stuart Green was Artist team leader, working with Michelle Theunissen and Minaxi May for this Western Australian Government Percent for Art Scheme project.   photo Acorn Photo
       
     

Stuart Green was Artist team leader, working with Michelle Theunissen and Minaxi May for this Western Australian Government Percent for Art Scheme project.

photo Acorn Photo

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bobbin-01.jpg
       
     
bobbin-02.jpg
       
     
roof bobbin 3.jpg
       
     
Locket & ring.JPG
       
     
landscape.jpg