Reading the News was based on a drawing of a woman sitting in Baylis Street and was commissioned by Wagga Wagga City Council as a Centenary of Federation Project along with many artworks around the Wollundry Lagoon.
Flight projects a section of the Murrumbidgee River as a ribbon along Don Kendell Drive. Tracing a section of the river, this sinuous river is punctuated by the gradual take off of abstract wings.
The theme for the Willians Hill Reservoir mural is based on water, but more specifically the actual function and purpose of the water tank and the mission of Riverina Water County Council ‘to provide our Community with safe reliable water.’
Fairy is a small steel sculpture in the children’s play area at the Wollundry Lagoon. Appealing to children’s imaginations, the fairy is hidden in the grasses surrounding the lagoon.
Symbolism was designed by artist Chris Edwards to evoke the importance of symbols in the Australian landscape for Wiradjuri people. Each sculpture piece is made up of steel structures, each in the shape of a scar from a White Box gum tree, found in these Birramal Woodlands.