This sculpture is 'Watermark' by Richard Tipping, made in the year 2000. It is plate steel,15 metres long. Artist statement: “Watermark means both a mark showing the height the water has risen to – as in a flood – and a figure or design impressed into paper, which is visible when the paper is held to the light. This scupture reminds us of the power of the Brisbane River sweeping around this curve during the massive floods of 1893 and 1974, and make us wonder about the next.”
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Photo taken in New Farm QLD, Australia
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