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Untitled 1979 Artist - Bert Flugelman
Title - Untitled (Bert Flugelman, 1979)
Medium - Polished stainless steel cubes.
Location - Belconnen
Funded By -
Commissioned - 1979

Untitled (Bert Flugelman, 1979)
A series of highly-polished metal cubes appear to tumble across Margaret Timpson Park in the heart of the Belconnen Town Centre. This is one of three works by this celebrated Australian artist in Canberra: one work is permanently displayed in the Sculpture Garden at The National Gallery of Australia and another conceptual work is buried in the earth at Commonwealth Park.

Untitled_Frank_Hinder 100 Artist - Frank Hinder
Title - Untitled (Frank Hinder, 1963)
Medium - Glass mosaic ceiling.
Location - Civic
Funded By -
On Loan - 1963

Untitled (Frank Hinder, 1963)
This work by the renowned modernist artist Frank Hinder is one of the most subtle artworks in the city centre. Created as part of the building, the vaulted tiled ceiling is a remarkable blend of form, tone and colour. Monaro Mall established this precinct as a hub of retail activity in Civic from the early 1960s.

untitled 1985 Artist - G Duncan, B and F Waterman
Title - Untitled (G Duncan, B and F Waterman, 1985)
Medium - Ceramic tiles
Location - Civic
Funded By -
Commissioned - 1985

Untitled (G Duncan, B and F Waterman, 1985)
This ceramic wall mural depicts native Australian flora and fauna and stretches from the outside of the Perpetual Building into the foyer.

Untitled 1965 Artist - Gerald and Margo Lewers
Title - Untitled (Gerald and Margo Lewers, 1965)
Medium - Four piece wall sculpture, cast copper
Location - Civic
Funded By - Australian Government
Commissioned - 1965

Untitled (Gerald and Margo Lewers, 1965)
The original maquette for this work was designed and fabricated by Gerald Lewers, and developed and executed by Margo Lewers after his death. This 17 metre long sculpture includes a fulcrum and two weights symbolizing the Reserve Bank’s role in balancing the economy.

Untitled by Jean-Pierre Rives Artist - Jean-Pierre Rives
Title - Untitled (Jean-Pierre Rives, 2008)
Medium - Painted steel
Location - Civic
Funded By - Gifted by Leighton Properties
Acquired - 2009

Untitled (Jean-Pierre Rives, 2008)
This untitled abstract artwork was donated to the ACT Public Art Collection by Leighton Properties.

Untitled (Garema Place Screen) Artist - Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser
Title - Untitled (Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser, 1999)
Medium - Etched ink on screen
Location - Civic
Funded By -
Commissioned - 1999

Untitled (Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser, 1999)
Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser's etched ink design adds texture to the outdoor projection screen in Garema Place.

Untitled_Paul_Piesley 100 Artist - Paul Piesley
Title - Untitled (Paul Piesley, 2001)
Medium - Silk screen printed image on bus shelter roofs
Location - Civic
Funded By -
Commissioned - 2001

Untitled (Paul Piesley, 2001)
This integrated work is screenprinted on the awnings of the city centre's bus platforms. Screenprinted footprints provide shade whilst representing the day to day pedestrian traffic in the area, reminding people of the many others who have passed through here before them.

Untitled_S_Maritti 100 Artist - S Maritti
Title - Untitled (S Maritti, 1967)
Medium - Copper coated concrete (later painted)
Location - Civic
Funded By - Commonwealth Bank
Commissioned - 1967

Untitled (S Maritti, 1967)
This work is integrated with the building façade and was designed to complement the Commonwealth Bank building’s architecture.

Vessel of (Horti)cultural Plenty Artist - Warren Langley
Title - Vessel of (Horti)cultural Plenty
Medium - Galvanised steel, polycarbonate, LED lights
Location - Civic
Funded By - artsACT
Commissioned - 2009

Vessel of (Horti)cultural Plenty
The Vessel holds abstracted flowers that are illuminated at night and move with the breeze.

We Are Fishes 100 Artist - Andrew Townsend
Title - We Are Fishes
Medium - Galvanised steel, cast black patinated aluminium, hollow form copper sheet with green patination
Location - Tuggeranong
Funded By -
Commissioned - 1997

We Are Fishes
A pair of wind vanes in the shape of fish appear to swim through the air between the Tuggeranong Arts Centre and Lake Tuggeranong. One fish is cast black patinated aluminium, the other hollow form copper sheet with green patination. The work reflects life in the adjacent lake and plays on the nautical architecture of the Arts Centre building.

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