Tony and Ben Jones created the sculpture for Trinity at Alkimos developer LWP to put in a park in its Atelier village stage.
The life-sized sculpture of WA artist and soldier Ellis Silas will pay homage to Anzacs in the art-themed area.
�Atelier village is being developed as an arts village, so Ellis Silas� role as a war artist makes him a fitting Anzac tribute,� LWP senior project manager Alf Lay said.
The estate has more than a dozen sculpture and public art pieces already scattered through the development, with more planned.
The Jones father-and-son team are creating another artwork that interprets one of Silas�s paintings and will be placed in the park on Trethowan Promenade later this year.
There will be a free family fun day and markets with more than 80 art and produce stalls at the estate this Sunday, May 3 from 10am to 2pm to unveil the sculpture and park.
For more information, visit www.lwppropertygroup.com.au/our-communities/trinity/live/events