Sculptural artist works with children at Trinity estate

Kate Page, from Awesome Arts, Abhay and Sonali Bipraj, Faerie Cara, Jace Humphries, Cassius Currell, Faerie Milly, and LWP Property Group’s Alf Lay.
Kate Page, from Awesome Arts, Abhay and Sonali Bipraj, Faerie Cara, Jace Humphries, Cassius Currell, Faerie Milly, and LWP Property Group’s Alf Lay.

A SCULPTURE unveiled in Alkimos this month reflects the ideas of young residents.

Artist Matt McVeigh worked with 25 children during six creative workshops at Trinity estate earlier this year.

The project, funded by the Waste Authority through LWP Property Group and AWESOME Arts Australia, taught children about waste management and sculptural design.

Participants shared ideas of what they loved about the area and developed symbols, drawings and 3D mini-sculptures.

Fabricator Isaac Maiolo put the tree sculpture together, which was installed on Santorini Promenade and unveiled on November 16.