Made from galvanised steel, "[t]he imagery is arrived at through a play between naturally occurring forms (such as tree branches) and personal experience. This is combined poetically so that form and content create dynamic, cohesive wholes."
~ Kate McGahey, The Concise Disctionary of New Zealand Artists: painters, printmakers, sculptors, (2000) p62.
This work is part of The Grey Lynn Sculpture Park, a cluster of works installed from 1993-1996 in the park's gully. The project was administered by Sculptura, a group of local residents. They commissioned works from artists living in, or with a connection to, Grey Lynn. Funding support came from Western Bays Community Board; Northern Regional Arts Council; Creative Communities; Community Initiatives; Grey Lynn Mainstreet; Grey Lynn/Westmere Community Committee; a private local benefactor and local residents.