Councillors have approved a revised design for a controversial artwork at Sturt Reserve.
This work is truly disappointing, the unnatural position of the leaf (leaves don't fall to the ground and stay on their edge), the lack of true history within the artwork, the lack of recognition of the agricultural heritage of the area is minimalized. No recognition of early settlers - I personally think it's incredibly clumsy and awkward in its placement.
I like Di Dawson's suggestion of a large river cliff sculpture. Probably more appropriate than what we see depicted in your article.
Taking into consideration your previous item regarding the boundary dispute of the property near the old mill and Olympic Drive, council may need to relocate this artwork - why not a large river cliff stone sculpture of Goran Yakkas on the other side of Olympic Drive?