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.



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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