The challenge is always to use materials in a new and different way, and make them convey meaning and portray form in a manner that has not previously been seen.



2014, Basalt

Named after the Greek goddess of Earth.

‘Gaia’ derives from the ‘Rhythms of Life’ land art project – the largest contemporary land art undertaking in the world comprising 51 large scale stone structures/geoglyphs which has involved over 7,000 people in 15 countries across seven continents.

 The Golden Ratio forms the basis of this 9 metre (29.5ft) high, six tiered stone column which reflects the message from the 23-carat gold leaf on the highest element.

Finalist McClelland Sculpture Survey 2014.  Permanent collection McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery.