He came to Alberrie Creek from Victoria after an outback uranium mining protest
in 1997 and since then, he's comes north nearly every winter to create a
new work of art.
One of the first is the magnificent ‘Plane Henge’, the
crafted work made from a couple of Beechcraft Baron light aircraft, American
made light aircraft from Moorabbin Airport, that are bolted upright with their
tails wedged into the ground.
This was soon followed by ‘Dream Catcher’, ‘Spinning Car’ and ‘Time Tree’.
And as a conscientious conservationist, all the works are created from recycled
Source: ABC -
Sculptures in the Outback, Broadcast 29/10/2004
Once a railway siding on the old Ghan line, Alberrie Creek would have fallen
off the map. With the increasingly popular Oodnadatta Track as a tourist drive,
and the evocative Mutonia Sculpture Park, Alberrie Creek is now back on the map.
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