Public artworks – NSW style

Wide Boy Jake 31 August 2008 11

On the way to the snow on Saturday I noticed this public artwork by the side of the road between Williamsdale and Michelago. Unlike our own artworks in Canberra this particular installation over the border appears to be privately funded:

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11 Responses to Public artworks – NSW style
Granny Granny 9:31 am 01 Sep 08

Grey is the new blue.

la mente torbida la mente torbida 9:02 am 01 Sep 08


originally, I believe it used to be a bright blue and stood out significantly in the 70s

Thumper Thumper 8:30 am 01 Sep 08

I like that big grey girder thing. It’s been there for years, possibly the 70s.

molongloid molongloid 3:59 am 01 Sep 08

I hate to burst your bubble guys, but those are the earings that Margaret Pomeranz lost on her way to the snow earlier in the season. Call them in and I’m sure she’ll give you a reward.

Granny Granny 11:18 pm 31 Aug 08

It’s very fortunate that they make them in such a range of fashion colours.

ant ant 8:59 pm 31 Aug 08

They’re pump head units. Anyone not on town water has lots of these. I’ve got three.

Vic Bitterman Vic Bitterman 7:17 pm 31 Aug 08

Hmmm I got back from a fish at Eucumbene today, and never noticed it!

Looks like old BBQ gas bottle cylinders???

Granny Granny 4:45 pm 31 Aug 08

Perhaps Old MacDonald has missed his true calling.

: )

realityskin realityskin 1:23 pm 31 Aug 08

There is also a big metal robot a big closer in to Canberra on the other side of the road.

ant ant 12:34 pm 31 Aug 08

That’s a good thing, lots of old pump head-units stuck together. quite clever! And very rural.

there’s another art work on the way to the snow, been there for decades. That funny-looking blue girder thing up on a hill, this side of Cooma.

emd emd 11:30 am 31 Aug 08

I do like a nice piece of found object sculpture. Interesting use of colour, although the height of the columns could do with some variation.

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