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New public artwork unveiled at Clementine Estate

New public artwork unveiled at Clementine estate on the footpath
The latest addition to the public artworks at Clementine in Upper Swan has been unveiled.

Continuing to focus on the agricultural history of the property like earlier artwork installations, the new artworks feature sand-blasted imagery of over 30 different grape varieties that used to be grown on the land that is now Clementine Estate. This artwork runs the length of the concrete footpath that leads down to the foreshore public open space.

This sandblasting work was done by local artists Anne Neil and Steve Tepper, who were also the artists behind the artwork on the floor of Clementine’s Pavilion.

This latest work comes as the next artwork for the estate – the sculpture of Josip’s wheelbarrow, to be stationed outside the sales office – undergoes its final stages of construction and is due to be installed over the coming months.