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Detail of a sculpture by Ken Unsworth in which stones of a moderate size are suspended above the ground by stainless steel and galvanised steel wires and poles. The sculpture was commissioned by the Elizabeth Murdoch Sculpture Foundation, in memory of
Ann Miller (1938-2005) who was Trustee of the Estate of A M McClelland from 1987 to 2004, as well as McClelland Foundation Director
between 1990 and 2004.
Ken Unsworth was born in Melbourne in 1931 and studied art in Melbourne and Sydney. A painter, sculptor, draughtsman and teacher, he
is one of Australia’s most renowned artists, with a career spanning over 30 years. He first exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art in
1975 and has since exhibited widely in Australia and overseas. His work is represented in the National Gallery of Australia and several state
The McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park was established in 1971 under the terms of the Will of Annie May (Nan) McClelland in honour of her brother Harry McClelland, an artist and philanthropist who owned the property and played an instrumental role in developing
the arts community in Victoria. There are three indoor galleries which accommodate displays from an extensive permanent collection
of works on paper, as well as painting, photography and sculptures.
The full sculpture from one angle at a distance.
The establishment of the Elisabeth Murdoch Sculpture Foundation in 1989 was the catalyst for the development of a substantial
sculptural collection. The Sculpture Park is set in sixteen hectares of beautifully landscaped Australian native gardens at Langwarrin,
four kilometres east of Frankston on the Mornington Peninsula and attracts thousands of people each year to view over 90 works by
Information from the McClelland Gallery and various internet sources.