The sculptures represent jellyfish as they float and drift through the water, expressing the themes of the Swan River, parklands, water and cultural heritage. Just around the corner on De Vlamingh Avenue, you’ll find two perforated leaf skins, made of electro-polished stainless steel that reflect the changing environment and allow light to permeate day and night. These were created by artists Stuart Green and Jennie Nayton.

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Fraser Suites

10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth

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A filigree style metal artwork sitting in the wetland.
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Stuart Green: Untitled

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