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About the artwork:

Topiary Arch Tree


One hundred and twenty topiary trees were created from 1964 onwards by the late Jack Cashion during his lunch hours working for the local council. Some of the these trees still line the sides of the highway near Oatlands and continue to delight travellers with their playfulness.

The evergreen whimsy of the topiary arch tree contrasts with the yellow palette of the country upon which it sits.

About  The Midlands collection:

Set against the backdrop of the contested pastoral landscape, the Midlands artwork explores various themes such as colonial exploration, land degradation, privilege and whimsy.

Copyright Mandy Hunniford 2022

Topiary Arch Tree – Original

Description: Oil on canvas

Size: 50cm x 70cm

Purchase: Original available