Students at Ravensthorpe District High School, in southern Western Australia are making small wire sculptures to be tagged and released into the local community. Finders are asked to tell us via email where they found the art work before taking it somewhere else. It is a collaborative project with the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council to coincide withtheir 2012 theme of "Art in unusual and Unexpected Places".
Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council
The students at RDHS wish to thanks the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council and the Ravensthorpe IGA for supporting this project.
I found this artwork hanging in a tree in a park in McCrae when I was walking
my dog. McCrae is on the Mornington Peninsula about an hour's drive from
Tonight I'm flying to NZ so I'm going to take the art with me and leave it
somewhere in the South Island. I hope it will be found by someone who
appreciates your project as much as I do.