Frankston City Public Art

'Catch Me' - Public Art Sculpture

'Catch Me' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: 6R Broughton Street, Seaford VIC 3198

'Catch Me' Public Art Sculpture by Keld Moseholm from Denmark. This sculpture represents the image of human behaviour where dramatic situations often occur and which can be both tragic and comical. Located outside the Seaford Community Centre - 6R Broughton Street, Seafo...

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'Crab Riders' - Public Art Sculpture

'Crab Riders' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: North of Frankston Pier - 3N Pier Promenade, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Gillie and Marc from NSW Gillie and Marc's 'Crab Riders' bronze sculpture continues the artists' passionate exploration of environmental issues. Crabs might not be the most popular, pretty or cute creatures in the animal kingdom but Gillie and Marc belie...

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'Cycle of Life 'Longevity' - Public Art Sculpture

'Cycle of Life 'Longevity' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: 24-28 Franskton Flinders Road, Frankston VIC 3196

Public Art Sculpture by Ron Gomboc from WA The artist is continuously working on a series of designs relating to the cycle of life and life’s journey. Located opposite Frankston Private Hospital (Mooroduc Highway service lane)

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'Intervention' - Public Art Sculpture

'Intervention' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: Seaford Foreshore - 1/10N Nepean Highway, Seaford

Public Sculpture by Mike Van Dam from QLD In the early 70’s there were estimated to be fewer than 200 humpback whales left. Now, with the help from us, the numbers have increased. Located on the Seaford Foreshore, outside the Seaford Lifesaving Club.

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'King Coal' - Public Art Sculpture

'King Coal' - Public Art Sculpture

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

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...

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'Mirage' - Public Art Sculpture

'Mirage' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: Frankston Yacht Club - Long Island Drive, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Deirdre Mair and Harry Stitt from NSW A three-dimensional form which comes in and out of focus, assembling and disassembling based on the angle from which the sculpture is viewed.  Location - Long Island Drive, Frankston (on the Foreshore outside F...

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'Oushi Zokei Hexagonal' - Public Art Sculpture

'Oushi Zokei Hexagonal' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: Beauty Park - Corner of High street and Yuille Street, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Keizo Ushio from Japan The artist has tried a new form of sculpture, changing from round to hexagonal. It was completed in the image of a large bird that spreads its wings.

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'Pot will Move' - Public Art Sculpture

'Pot will Move' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: Baxter Street Rail Overpass - Corner Cranbourne Road and Baxter Street, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Yoshio Nitta from Japan The artist would like to carry the beautiful scene inside you. Location - Baxter Street Rail Overpass (Median Strip) Frankston

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'Power of Community' - Public Art Installation

'Power of Community' - Public Art Installation

Location: Beauty Park - Corner Young Street and High Street, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Deborah Halpern from Melbourne The semi-abstract sculpture by Australian artist Deborah Halpern was installed on 6 December 2002. Location Beauty Park 51N Spring Street, Frankston Sculpture located near the corner of Young Street and Bay Trail

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'The Navigator' - Public Art Sculpture

'The Navigator' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: Keast Park - 1N Nepean Highway, Seaford

Public Sculpture by Calvert and Schiltz from TAS The work reconfigures elements from a historical engraving based on Marie-Alexandre Duparc’s interpretation of European contact with Australia’s Indigenous people.

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'Transfiguration Link' - Public Art Sculpture

'Transfiguration Link' - Public Art Sculpture

Location: South East Water Plinth - 1R Kananook Creek Boulevard, Frankston

Public Sculpture by Mitsuo Takeuchi from Japan The piece is an experiment, in which the artist is expressing the concept of position and topologies as one substance. Location - South East Water Plinth - on the boardwalk near the creek. This installation funded by South ...

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Murals of Frankston City Centre

Murals of Frankston City Centre

Location: Frankston

Visit different locations throughout Frankston City to see these wonderful artworks by various artists.

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