Mandurah artist Emma Blyth releases her first sculpture

Mandurah artist Emma Blyth releases her first sculpture

MANDURAH artist Emma Blyth has released her first sculpture.

Old Bill is a collaboration with local metal artists Murray Reynolds and Tyson Peck.

“They have interpreted my artwork perfectly to create a metal pelican sculpture mounted on a timber pole salvaged from the Old Mandurah Bridge,” Mrs Blyth said.

“The pelican incorporates corten and stainless steel, with a twinkle in his eye and a gleaming mullet in his beak for dinner.

“The colour on his wing is actually the reflection of one of my paintings in the stainless steel.”

Old Bill is 2.2m tall and will set you back a cool $9800.