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Jim Hamilton


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Jim Hamilton

Jim and his wife Cathy have lived on properties in rural NSW. Him, an ex-builder, draws on their beautiful gardens for inspiration and welds in his shed using left-over steel pieces. Cathy hand paints the pieces that are welded by Jim. This gives each sculpture a unique character.

The Agapanthus sculptures are made of steel and painted to represent the mauve and white flowers.

They never die and flower all year round.

They were created by Jim in a time of intense drought in regional NSW.

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