By Naomi Seki
Eleven former chimney stacks framed by Douglas fir enriched by heather and birch.
The chimneys were filled with peat and set into a specially constructed wooden frame made of Douglas fir. The stacks were planted with heather and birch, both native to Lough Boora Parklands. The artists’ intention was to give life back to the chimney stacks within the landscape.
While working in the fabrication workshops of Boora Works Naomi found some disused chimneystacks. She was attracted to their colour and texture and decided to make a sculpture, which incorporated eleven of the former chimneystacks.
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