Art shows its feminine side

Coral Lowry with the piece Ooh La La, corner Bay View Terrace and St Quentin Avenue Claremont. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix. com.au d409691
Coral Lowry with the piece Ooh La La, corner Bay View Terrace and St Quentin Avenue Claremont. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix. com.au d409691

‘Ooh La La’ comprises 10 pieces and will light up at night.

The main two pieces are adorned in ‘lipstick colours’ with gold and silver influences and the lighting will create coloured reflections from the gemstones.

There is a lace and fabric pattern on the front face and the tips of the two feature pieces point down St Quentin Avenue.

Coral spent months on the design, which she said had now surpassed a sculpture installed in China as her favourite.

She said she liked the piece because of its simplicity and location. The $160,000 commissioned piece at the corner of Bay View Terrace and St Quentin Avenue is the final addition to the revitalised terrace.