Progress sculpture

Progress sculpture, public art, Launceston, Teena Benefield

Public Art : Progress sculpture

Sculptor: © Teena Benefield

Description: For those of you not familiar with the workings of a car, this sculptor has been made entirely from recycled car parts donated by the ACL Bearing company. 

Date Unveiled: The Progress scultpure was unveiled on the 27th of August, 1994, by the mayor of Launceston, Alderman Tony Peck

Location: In the grounds of the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (Inveresk) Wellington Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.

Inscription:

"Progress"

This project has been assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Counci, its Arts Funding and Advisory Body. the sculpture "Progress" is presented to the people of Launceston by :

ACL Bearing Company.
Automotive, Fod, Metal & Engineering Union

Sculptor: Teena Benefield

Unveiled: 27th August, 1994 by the Mayor of Launceston
Alderman Tony Peck

Progress sculpture, Launceston, public art

 

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