Gallery Back Save Canberra's public art facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More Make up your own mind ... how does Canberra's public art collection compare to London's 115m tall, $34 million "Eyefull" Orbit Tower? Previous slide Next slide Droplet by Stuart Green on the corner of Furzer and Worgan St, Phillip. Photo: Rohan Thomson Recently installed on the corner of Edinburgh Ave and London Circuit is Here and Now by Anner Eggert. Definitely not there and then. Photo: Rohan Thomson The Rhizome structure off Gungahlin Drive Extension. Apparently supposed to be native grasses. Intepret away. Photo: ACT Government The Canberra Times fountain in City Walk in Civic Photo: Richard Briggs The giant owl sculpture on the corner of Belconnen Way and Benjamin Way Photo: Graham Tidy Sculpture On the Staircase by Danish artist Keld Moseholm in Petrie Plaza, Civic Photo: Marina Neil Sheep sculptures and monuments, Civic Photo: Holly Curtis Yellow Grass Public art outside the Belconnen Arts Centre. Photo: Graham Tidy Amanda Stuart working on Bush Pack at the ANU school of art. Photo: Andrew Sheargold Public art on City Walk. Poets' Corner by Cathy Weiszmann Photo: Rohan Thomson Ethos Civic Square Photo: Christine Hansen Sculptural artwork on the Tuggeranong Parkway Photo: Gary Schafer Dividing opinions ... the the ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture in front of the Olympic Stadium in London. Photo: Getty Images of More Galleries Previous Next ACT Olympians and Paralympians officially welcomed back to Canberra. Cartoons of the week: September 25, 2016 Government House Open Day Clubs ACT public rally held at the Raiders Belconnen oval War Memorial exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait military stories. Canberra Times Spring photo competition 2016 (gallery 1) Cartoons of the week: September 19, 2016 Canberra students learn about farm life at EPIC.