Artists in Action!
Six raw WA stone blocks will be transformed into six public sculptures by world class international and local artists within the 16 days at the Attadale Reserve, City of Melville.
The development of the sculptures will be done in an open space for everyone to enjoy, from the conception, creation to installation. The public will be invited to freely observe throughout the event, this is a rare chance for the public to see how stone sculptures are created from the raw block of stones to the finished public art.
Director of Henderson Nominees
Peter Henderson has 40 years’ experience in quarrying and processing of natural Western Australian stone.
Peter has been successful in supplying stone including, interstate for Melbourne Federation Square and locally for Yagan Square, Perth International Airport, and Perth Arena.
Peter is donating Western Australian Sandstone and granite for WAISSS.
Western Australian artist
Jina Lee was encouraged by the International stone sculpture symposiums around the world that she has participated in to promote the beauty and variety of the local WA stone to the world.
As an artist, she has managed to carve many large scale stone works for public exhibitions and commissions across the globe.
Visit Jina's website to find out more: www.jinaleearts.com
Nunzio is the Committee Finance Manager facilitating the establishment of the entity WAISSS and its constitution.
He attends to all statutory requirements, development, preparation of financial accounts and monitoring of budgets for WAISSS. He works closely with the members of the committee to establish WAISSS and the 2020 Symposium.
Nic is an Event Manager with over 25 years of management experience in significant local and international events including, Telstra Rally Australia, Red Bull Air Race, World Sailing, and ANZAC Day Services.
Nic's clients have included WA Ballet, Western Australia Cricket Association, and RAS in the area of events and risk management.
Nic specialises in Event Risk Management and Site Logistics.
Silvio Apponyi is a well-renowned sculptor from South Australia who has been instrumental in the successful Adelaide Hills International Stone Sculpture Symposium. and has been sculpting for over 40 years.
Silvio has had one-man shows and group exhibitions locally, interstate and overseas. He has won several prizes, accepted commissions, attended symposiums in Australia and internationally. His work is featured in many private collections both here and overseas and in public spaces across Australia.
Silvio is also consulting and advising the current committee.