A series of five stone sculptures placed along the trail, incorporating sandblasted imagery and bronze elements, relating to five children’s stories. The first sculpture corresponds to a children’s story written about a fantail bird living in a circle of Blackbutt trees.
By Kati Thamo
Commissioned in 2006
Etched granite, paint, bronze, timber
Artist Statement: A reflection of the diversity of ideas and opinions about fire in the forest – asking the viewer to find the grey between the black and white.
‘Forest Stones – BIRD Nook’
‘Forest Stones – Lizard Nook’
‘FOREST STONES’ – phascogale nook