Man, Dog, Boat by Henry Smith (1995)
Fibreglass, wood, stainless steel, aluminium
Sculpture of a man and dog in a small boat mounted on a wooden pole. Whilst the boat appears to be made from a light-coloured wood, it is in fact made of fibreglass, then painted a yellow ochre with strokes of blue and red. The sculpture also forms the basis for the Gasworks Arts Park logo.
Located at Graham & Pickles Streets corner, on the traffic island.
Not without Chomley by Anne Ross (1991)
Sculpture made of two main pieces – one human figure with dog on shoulder and a second piece of a dog standing.
Located at Richardson Street entrance to Gasworks Park
Tour of the ‘burbs’: Doncaster Epic, Site, Post Modern Triumph by Cliff Burtt (1998)
Three steel sculptures, set within the Urban Forest area of the Gasworks Parkland, each 0.9 x 0.3 x 0.3 metres.
Located in the forest trail area of Gasworks Park (near the barbeques)
The Angel by Sione Francis (1992)
Found timber, fabric
The sculpture is fixed to a brick wall of a building. At the centre of the sculpture is an empty white dress and to either side of the dress are wings. The wings are made of untreated overlapping semi-vertical pieces of wood. The empty dress is mounted on a wooden support.
Located on the rear outside wall of the Gasworks Theatre, facing Gasworks Park
Midden by Matthew Harding (2008)
Carved in the Gasworks sculpture studio, the shapes of Midden reflect the industrial, cultural and ecological heritage of the Gasworks Arts Park site, providing a theatrical backdrop to the daily life of the park.
The work is a gift from the community through the Gasworks Foundation Patrons’ Fund and is located in the central park.