Sunday, 5 July 2015

Dawes Point, Three Sisters

Three Sisters is a sculpture that sits in Pottinger Park, in inner city suburb of Dawes Point. This sort of artwork in three pieces is known as a triptych. It was created in 1970 by Gordon Andrews, who also designed Australia's first decimal currency banknotes implemented in 1966. It is part of the Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk. This small park is on a hill behind the Walsh Bay wharves, with a backdrop of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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  1. The colour of this sculptural set really agrees with me. It stands out well against the bridge and sky.

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  2. I would so love to sit and lean back on one, in the shadow, with a good book and a cold beverage.

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  3. The shadows seem part of the sculpture presentation.

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  4. To tell the truth, I really like the bridge in the background more than the sculptures.

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    1. I tried to make it a feature of the shot.

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