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'King Coal' - Public Art Sculpture

Frankston City Public Art

Description

Public Sculpture by Louis Pratt from NSW

Our scientists all agree we are at the tipping point with our use of fossil fuels; they are poisoning our atmosphere.

The work depicts an arrogant character unwilling to change and unaware of his impending doom.

Location - 2N Gould Street, Frankston (Opposite the South East Water Building)

Description

  • Materials: Coal, resin, fibreglass, steel
  • Dimensions: 172 x 121 x 110cm

In 2000 Louis studied sculpture at the ANU School of Art, graduating with 1st class honors. In 2002 the College of Fine Art, UNSW, awarded him an Australian Post-Graduate Research scholarship for a Master's degree that he completed in 2004.

Map & Directions

2 Long Island Drive, Frankston VIC 3199 (Opposite South East Water boardwalk)