LOCATION Wheogo Park, corner of Lachlan & Junction Streets, Forbes
A representation that we are all connected: on the journey of life.
The three stainless steel intertwined loops, spanning one metre in diameter, form a knot to symbolise strength, courage and peace, and represents the complexity of us all.
About the Sculptor
Lachlan Ross (Byron Bay, NSW)
Lachlan Ross is an Australian sculptor whose body of work consists primarily of large-scale modern contemporary forms in stainless and corten steel.
Lachlan has forged a reputation as one of Australia’s most respected sculpture artists with major government commissions that include sculpture installations in Crown Resorts, Melbourne’s prestigious Toorak Road, The Langham Hotel in Melbourne, Westfield Shopping Centre in Bondi Junction, Sydney, and City of Greater Geelong Council, Australia.
Lachlan’s signature style is intricately woven pieces of marine grade stainless steel which have an interesting dichotomy of being both delicate and light whilst being solid and almost indestructible.
Lachlan is represented by Sculptura Gallery in Melbourne.