The content is derived from the flora and fauna of the Volcanic Plains Bioregion, a vitally important ecosystem of which Brimbank is a part of. The aim of the artwork is to emphasise the beauty of our natural environment, and in doing so, encourage the public to be mindful about the waste they create.
About Sebastian Fransz
Sebastian works as a drawer and painter. A graduate of RMIT University’s Fine Art degree, and member of Melbourne’s Blender Studios from early 2012 to early 2017, he carries on a practice of abstraction, where process and change are the forces which dictate the outcome of each work, and where perception, memory and meaning are primary concerns. Alongside his studio works, Sebastian also paints large murals and works as a community art facilitator, often with young people on graffiti and street art public projects. He has been producing public art for over ten years with different councils and organisations throughout Victoria.